How to search material from print magazines via Google

How to search material from print magazines via Google: Tara Calishain, the author whose weblog, ResearchBuzz, is my second-favorite blog with the word “buzz” in it, is the famous Google Hackstress who created “Cookin’ With Google.” Now she has posted a new Google hack called, “Search Google’s Printed Material Archive.” Granted, it doesn’t have as […]

Hypenglish

Hypenglish: I don’t know about you, but I always love press releases that use the word “Triumphant” in the headline and the word “iconic” not once, but twice in the story. Here is more stupendous language from the press release announcing the “Largest Magazine Rollout in Time Inc. History”: “We wanted to create a magazine […]

Return of the Marthette vultures

Return of the Marthette vultures: From mediapost.com: “Now, just as Stewart prepares to head to jail for five months, Hachette Filipacchi has made a move that could possibly contribute to establishing the next Martha, as they have hired Home and Garden Television personality and interior designer Candice Olson as a contributing editor for both Woman’s […]

Magatopia

Magatopia: I can’t find it, so I must have just dreamed I blogged this before. So to be sure, here it is again, or for the first time: “The George Lucas Educational Foundation launches Edutopia, a new magazine for a new world of learning. Serving as a catalyst for change in education, the publication’s editorial […]

Custom publisher shout-out

Custom publisher shout-out: Fortune Small Business profiles some “best bosses” and the “Belt Tightener” profile is of my friend Diana Pohly of the Boston-based custom publisher, Pohly & Partners. Diana and I are two of the co-founders of the Custom Publishing Council. rexblog bumper music: First Cut is the Deepest (Cat Stevens)