Why Your New York Times Magazine Always Falls Apart

Gawker compares the binding staples of The New Yorker to the The New York Times Magazine, in an attempt to figure out why The Times magazine falls apart so easily:

Do the math! Each of the three staples in The New Yorker is responsible for a svelte 57.3 square inches of bounded paper, while in The Times mag, each of the two staples is responsible for an unconscionable 109.25 square inches!

Tuesday, 6 March 2007