Copy(cue)cats: Remember when I said one of the dumbest ideas I’ve seen lately was a product called PaperClick, a Rube Goldbergish knock-off of the embarassingly stupid CueCat. Well, such a bad idea was certain to generate imitators in the cell-phone camera bar-code photography category. I will note, however, that not everyone seems to agree that […]
Boomerizing? Is 60 the new 30? AARP, the magazine, continues to tilt at that windmill. Unfortunately, the average twenty-something media buyer doesn’t want to believe her parents, you know, do that kind of stuff anymore. (rexblog flashbacks: 6.19.03 and 6.20.03)
ROI: Certain subscribers to the Journal of the American Medical Association are certainly getting their money’s worth from their subscription.
Still traveling: (I can’t decide if I prefer the one- or two-“L” spelling (speling) of the word travelling/traveling, but in order to save users download time, I’ve decided to opt for the shorter one.) I’m web-free for the rest of the day (unless I stumble into some wi-fi) so you’ll have to find updates on […]
“Traditional media” discovers blogging: For the past two years, I’ve tried my best to not comment on the topic of “blogging” as I would rather blog on something I find interesting. However, I’ll link to this Larry Dobrow piece as it does come close to being on-topic of what I do blog about. You can […]