I know the Wall Street Journal requires a subscription to read stories and the New York Times allows so many free stories per month, but I don't recall ever seeing a paywall on the Washington Post.I refuse to pay them $1.00 to read a link somebody provides.
Shows how often I read the WaPo..just noticed that there isn't 10 free articles a month anymore so ignore the above.I have 5 different browsers (Firefox, Explorer, Edge, chrome and Pale Moon.) If there is something I really want to read and can't on FireFox, I just switch browsers.
Yes, but you have to be quick. When you click on a WashPo story, look at the right side of the address bar and as soon as you see the little icon for Reader View, click it. That takes you to a text version and bypasses the paywall. As a bonus you won't have to see their ads and clickbait, either.I refuse to pay them $1.00 to read a link somebody provides. Is there a secret to reading the links? TYIA
All embedded links are in theory information you might want to know.Trust me, the last place I would steal from is the WaPo. I asked because when a person embeds a link the link has info they want us to know. That is the only time I would ever read anything from the WaPo.