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Atlantic Monthly Goes Free, But WSJ Doesn't

Despite speculation to the contrary, The Wall Street Journal will keep a significant portion of its content behind its paid-subscription wall.

The Atlantic Monthly, however, has recently dropped its subscriber registration requirement, making the site free to all visitors. Back issues are available from 1995 to the present. Note that the search box, oddly enough, is at the bottom of the page.

Sources: beSpacific and Boing Boing