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The New York Times envisions version 2.0 of the newspaper » Niem The New York Times Co.’s research and development group has some of the best views in their midtown skyscraper — 24 floors above the newsrooms, higher even than the executives’ suites. Developers in the core R&D group — with titles like “lead creative technologist” and, my favorite, “futurist-in-residence” — are charged by the brass 14 floors below them with anticipating how news will next be consumed. Among their hunches: in the living room. Josh and I visited the R&D group last week, and this week we’ll be running five videos showing how they’re looking at the future of news.
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