Did you perchance mean payroll?
- pay + wall, by analogy with firewall (Wiktionary)
“A paywall is fine, if he thinks that will work for his [...] [Read more →]”
“Hidden behind the WSJ's stupid paywall is this wonderful piece by Ian Mount about rare, "lost" art-films resurfacing at online video sites like Google and YouTube -- and some ensuing copyright squabbles:”
“No, people are using the word paywall inappropriately.”
“The has changed the so-called paywall debate: suddenly, the topic doesn't seem to be Times doesn't want to call it a "paywall", but ...”
“Recently, The New York Times established what's called a paywall.”
“It is also an emphasis on pay-TV that is catching, with the company successfully forcing local US network owners to pay Fox re-transmission fees – and, indeed, the much-discussed paywall, which is most easily understood as a hopeful attempt to turn the Times into a subscription business.”
“Times Co. said more than 100,000 people signed up for new digital subscriptions, after it introduced a so-called paywall March 28.”
“The only papers that should even be thinking about a paywall are the large, well-recognized brands like NY Times and WSJ.”
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anyone read the Chambers?
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