The tortured life of a perpetually re-cycled trend story. What are some other evergreen trend stories?
Cool things happen when you throw your archives open. Note to media: Your archives are link magnets. Also, your readers are your product development team.
The Internet has hurt business magazines in particular, and the new BusinessWeek format â€” which includes more news summaries and fewer lifestyle articles â€” is meant to be more Weblike.
We added 3G service to our office AT&T wireless account and those of us who travel are passing around a AirCard 875U. Works swell but directions aren’t Mac friendly, so Patrick’s directions help.
Quote – With around a billion users worldwide, the Internet is big enough to sustain multiple players on one street. Observation: I agree. I can’t easily recall a ‘killer’ that actually ‘killed’ the targeted victim.
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