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The Curious Listener: Looking For Links In All The Wrong Places

by George T. Gary III
Jan 10, 2013

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Over the last few months, you may have noticed that some of our blog and story pages on NPR.org have received a bit of a face lift. Well, we've undergone a few upgrades to make sure our content is now hitting more platforms and devices that ever before.

Beneath those formats changes are technical solutions and a responsive design that make it much easier to reach and even see our content however you might be accessing it: on desktops, tablets, phones and more. We've done a little reorganizing in the process too. So that go-to link might not be where you left it.

Find out how to keep sharing articles in the new format between in an exchange between NPR Listener Services and Vicki, a Curious Listener.

You can read more about this project in a blog post on the launch of the new blog experience at NPR.org.

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Since you've changed your format, I can't find how to email articles anymore... did you take away that function? Vicki Indianapolis, IN


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