Daily Archives: Monday, February 28, 2005

How will magazines survive the Interent, Part II?

How will magazines survive the Internet, Part II? Better question, why do publishers of  online “publications” (translation: websites), feel the need to publish a “print” publication? I have an answer but you can make up you own. (Note: For those … Continue reading

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Who put the deja in dejazine

Who put the deja in dejazine? Hunker down. You only have to wait until May 24 before the vaporzine that started the whole vaporzine thing (and the certain first inductee into the Vaporzine Hall of Fame) will have another of … Continue reading

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How will magazines survive the Internet?

How will magazines survive the Internet? I guess I should point to this transcript of a panel discussion on the topic. However, I’m in the midst of an interview on the same topic and so I’ve had the weekend to … Continue reading

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Ironic point by a Google employee

Ironic point by a Google employee: I don’t know which is more ironic. A Google employee using a Microsoft’s employee’s weblog to make the point about Autolink…or the Google employee’s point: “…if you don’t like what the toolbar does…do not … Continue reading

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How magazines get started by big publishing companies

How magazines get started by big publishing companies: When I read this item in the NY Times about Cookie, a vaporzine that Fairchild will launch in November, I thought to myself, gee, that sounds familiar. And then I remembered, it … Continue reading

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