The New Yorker Gets Into Technology Content

New_Yorker_Science_TechThe New Yorker has launched an online hub for science and technology coverage and commentary launches on its website

The hub will feature science and tech content from the magazine, as well as original Web content from Michael Specter , Ken Auletta , John Seabrook , Gareth Cook , Tim Wu , Elizabeth Kolbert , and many others, on a blog called Elements.

Features on the site will include a ‘photo of the day’, which will highlight the most fascinating photography in tech and science, a weekly ‘Object of Interest,’ and links to classic New Yorker stories about science and technology.

Siemens is the exclusive launch sponsor of the hub and the Elements blog.

[Image courtesy: The New Yorker]

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