Your own NYTimes cheat sheet, courtesy of Answers.com.

Are you one of those folks who boasts about your online membership to the New York Times in order to look smart? Yet you have no idea what half the words mean? Do you skip the crossword puzzles altogether?

Well, now’s your chance to shine: If you double-click any word in an New York Times article, you’ll see a small question mark pop up next to the word:

Click that icon and voila – you get instant information from Answers.com about the word you clicked:

Give it a try… Here’s an article to start with: Ringing In 2009 with People Power

3 thoughts on “Your own NYTimes cheat sheet, courtesy of Answers.com.”

  1. You said, “‘… click on any word in an [sic] New York Times article, you’ll see a small question mark pop up next to the word…”

    Nope, doesn’t work. How about a double click?

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