Daily Archives: Sunday, January 29, 2006

Sarcastro asks

Sarcastro asks: Sarcastro, who is guest-blogging this weekend at Nashville Is Talking, sarcastroiscally asks: “What’s Not To Love About Global Warming?” since it’s the last weekend in January and here in Nashville, it’s sunny and 65 degrees. (This also explains … Continue reading

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The future of ‘media design

The future of ‘media design’: Except for using the word “consumers” (I read, view, listen to, etc. media, I do not consume it), here’s a great quote from an article in MediaPost: “The biggest mistake the media industry and Madison … Continue reading

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Buddy magazines

Buddy magazines: Two guys are starting a magazine about police life. And another two guys are starting a magazine about groom life. Here’s a mashup story idea they can both run: cops that bust bachelor parties. Technorati Tags: magazines Related … Continue reading

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On e-mail newsletters

On e-mail newsletters: In, ironically, the travel section of the Sunday New York Times, comes the following quote (from the article, “There’s a Popular New Code for Deals: RSS“): “For many people, e-mail newsletters are fast becoming the Internet equivalent … Continue reading

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Disintermediation is in the air today

Disintermediation is in the air today: Dave Winer on the Venture Capital business: “Take out the middleman. We don’t need the partners, limited or general, they gum up the works. We need money to start new ventures. Luckily we know … Continue reading

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