Daily Archives: Tuesday, November 9, 2004

Zoom

Zoom: According to the WaPo, NASA’s developmental “scramjet” is an engine so blindingly fast that it could carry an airplane from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., in about 20 minutes — or even quicker. Sign me up for that flight. … Continue reading

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Vaporzine update

Vaporzine update: TechTarget announced today that it is launching a monthly magazine targeted to Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior-level IT executives in midmarket enterprises. Beginning in April 2005, TechTarget will distribute CIO Decisions to a qualified, controlled circulation … Continue reading

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Stop laughing: According to the NYT, “Maxim magazine has begun an ad campaign intended to convince advertisers that it is now the last great refuge of American men. Related posts: Girl talk Here’s help: improve the product first It will … Continue reading

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Analyze this

Analyze this: My friend Steve Rubel points to a Forrester analyst’s recommendation for a corporate bloggers code of ethics, which made me come up with my own code, which I call: Code of ethics for people trying to codify what … Continue reading

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Satisfaction

Satisfaction: A new survey of 200 consumer magazines is gaining subscribers among big media planning firms, according to Michael Shields of MediaPost.com. “Press, Monroe Mendelsohn Research’s new magazine research product aimed at gauging individual magazine’s connections with readers, is set … Continue reading

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