More NewsNew York Times’ TimesCenter, a Gem But No Juice

New York Times' TimesCenter, a Gem But No Juice

The auditorium in the new TimesCenter , part of The New York Times headquarters, left some laptop toting visitors attending the AAAA digital conference hungering for a little power. Turns out the auditorium has no place for visitors to plug in their laptops and recharge their batteries. While that's common in older venues, it's surprising for a site built for the 21st century

The auditorium in the new TimesCenter, part of The New York Times headquarters, left some laptop toting visitors attending the AAAA digital conference hungering for a little power.

Turns out the auditorium has no place for visitors to plug in their laptops and recharge their batteries.

While that’s common in older venues, it’s surprising for a site built for the 21st century.

On the plus side, there’s wireless Internet service.

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