Time magazine writer Joel Stein is not happy with his employer's Internet policy--a fact he made clear with a bitter tweet he posted on Monday.
Time decided last year to radically alter its Web strategy. Instead of posting its articles in full when they ran in the magazine, it now posts excerpts of them. Readers must either purchase the magazine or wait two weeks, when Time finally posts the full articles online.
Stein has clearly taken issue with this strategy, as he said in a tweet on Monday:
It's two weeks old, so the time is right for the Time editors to let my stale column out onto the web: http://ow.ly/3MluO