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From inside the library, create a free account using your email address through the log in link from the NYTimes.com home page.
From home, use your library card and this link to access the NYTimes.com for 24 hours. After it expires, return to this link to reset your access.
NYTimes.com provides access to the New York Times Online edition. NYTimes.com offers breaking news coverage, video and multimedia access, and email news alerts. NYTimes.com also offers patrons a translated español and Chinese edition of the paper.