Daily Archives: Tuesday, November 29, 2005

The WSJ goes all Apple

The WSJ goes all Apple: Yet another “free feature” from tomorrow’s Wall Street Journal is about Apple. In this one, Walt Mossberg goes all gooey over the iMac G5. I guess that WSJ editor knows that stories saying the iMac … Continue reading

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Shh. Don’t tell anyone, but iPod users have ‘pirated’ stuff on those things

Who would have guessed — iPod users have ‘pirated’ stuff on those things: (From the Wall Street Journal [free feature]) “This intersection between consumer technology and piracy isn’t something most companies are eager to talk about. (Apple declined to comment.) … Continue reading

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FT.com / Home UK – An energetic guide for a 21st-century journey

This quote is flat: From an interview with Thomas Friedman in the Financial Times: “And what’s even more interesting to me is: who invented podcasting? Nobody. It was an application that just emerged from the network.” One of the “initial … Continue reading

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Celebrity endorsement

Celebrity endorsement: Nick Bradbury is switching back to Technorati for blog search. That’s good enough for me. Technorati Tags: blogging Related posts: Celebrity endorsement deals – Lena Basha and Vince Young rexblog nano The Tumblr-fication of Google Reader While I’m … Continue reading

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paulconley: The future of distribution

What Paul Conley Said: “I would prefer that publishers spend less time thinking about electronic design and spend more time thinking about electronic distribution.” Observation: I love great design — print and online — however, I couldn’t agree with Paul … Continue reading

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