Starbucks Will Make It a Little Easier to Read the New York Times

Great news!

The coffee chain announced an agreement with the New York Times that gives customers who are logged into the "Starbucks Digital Network" complimentary access to fifteen free paywalled articles a day, and of course there's a catch: Latte sippers will only be able to take advantage of the partnership at AT&T; Wi-Fi-enabled stores, but also must choose from "up to three articles across five sections per day, including Top News, Business, Technology and Most E-Mailed." Your last three free articles can be chosen from the special daily section — "Dining" on Wednesdays, for example. Or you can just read the actual, newsprint copy of the paper the guy before you left on the table. [NYT via GeekWire]