Yes, yes, newspapers are alive and well for the week (they’re cool!), but don’t think the internet is lagging behind on this one. This was tucked inside Brian Stelter’s story on the election’s impact on the Web today:
The New York Times’s Web site, nytimes.com, saw a record 61.6 million page views on Wednesday, compared with 55.1 million on Election Day, according to internal data.
That represents another single-day record.
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