I noticed a comment this morning on the Today's Paper section of the Irish Times website saying that from March 15th (in fact it's the 18th) that page would be becoming the page for the Irish Times e-Paper.
I've looked into things, and a decision has been made to remove the more obvious "newspaper" presentational elements from the website.
If you want to see what's in the actual newspaper, you can either buy the newspaper in a shop, or view the e-Paper, for which a subscription will be €89 a year.
The content from the newspaper will still be online, but it won't be obvious that it's from the published newspaper.
I spoke to IrishTimes.com Editor Hugh Linehan earlier who said that the physical newspaper was still their "bread and butter" and as a result they needed to protect that element of the business, whilst at the same time focussing on more quality content (especially new media) on IrishTimes.com.
This isn't in effect a pay-wall such as the Sunday Times is expected to introduce shortly, as the content itself will still be available, though it won't be obvious what's newspaper content online, and what's non-newspaper content - unless you're subscribing to the e-Paper.