Today's issue of the Now may show you something you have never seen before.
We are giving readers a new and exciting way to interact with the Now using an iPhone, iPad2 or Android phone or tablet.
It's called Layar and it uses your phone's camera to trigger interactive content by simply scanning the newspaper page.
Download the free Layar app from iTunes or the Google Play Store direct from your device by typing get.layar.com into your mobile web browser. It only takes a moment.
Then look for the Layar icon throughout the paper. Start the app, point your phone's camera to the page, tap the 'scan' button and watch for on-screen buttons to emerge. That will give you an extended experience to watch videos, share stories via email, Twitter and Facebook, view photos and even directly buy items, book appointments and service calls, all conveniently at your fingertips.
For example, on page 19, you can use Layar, you can donate to the Surrey Food Bank with the touch of one button - or see a map to find out exactly where the food bank is. And on our sports pages, Layar will bring photos to life.
Photographer Gord Goble shot many photos from basketball and curling events but we could only print one from each event. Use Layar and you can see the rest.
In fact, we are so excited about Layar that we are giving away cash to readers who use it - look inside to see how you can enter our contest.
We'll do more Layar projects each issue to enhance the stories we tell about Surrey, White Rock and North Delta. Enjoy it and, as always, give us your thoughts.