Posts tagged ‘new york times’

Comparing Online and Offline Advertising

Mathew twittered about this iMedia Connection article by Robert Moskowitz the other day, and it piqued my interest. Its thesis is that because offline advertising costs…

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What Does Clay Shirky Mean About the Auto Industry?

In a comment earlier today, Duncan referenced a New York Times article about recent cuts and closures in the publishing industry. It includes a quote from…

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Irony in the New York Times’ Coverage of BlogHer

On Twitter, Jeremy linked to this well-written New York Times article by Kara Jesella about BlogHer. Entitled “Blogging’s Glass Ceiling” it emphasizes BlogHer’s strong community ties,…

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Gloomy News for the Newspaper Industry

From the New York Times, things are going from bad to worse for the purveyors of ink-stained tree bark: For newspapers, the news has swiftly gone…

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Which Photo Came First?

I don’t know why, but I really enjoy stories of people obsessively exploring minor details of history. The latest example is a series of three lengthy…

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How Much Traffic is the New York Times Worth?

Discussing a blog post on the Guardian’s site, Robert writes about referral traffic–the number of visitors he receives when he’s referenced on other sites: Every time…

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The $100 Laptop Isn’t For Snarky Bloggers

I just watched David Pogue’s charming 4-minute review of the $100 laptop (which, as it turns out, costs $188 each). It’s charming because he really seems…

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Hello, New York Times Readers

If you’ve come here from this New York Times article, you’re probably looking for my short review of Sicko (The Times only provided a link to…

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