TGIO: I’m sorry, Laura. Congratulations, Patrick. Thank god it’s over. No more hearing about the curse of the Bambino. All it took was a total eclipse of the moon.
Yakety Yak: It’s 2004 (not, 1994) and all the big names in consumer magazines are still sitting in a room discussing how they can get their readers to pay for online content. Ann Moore, CEO of Time Inc., says, “Find the market and they’ll pay.” (Huh? Where? Like at Wal-Mart?) And then they discuss how […]
Speaking of PR blogging: How do you get a company to back off — or, uh, clarify — a bone-headed product decision? Inform bloggers of the bone-headed decision. Quote from Marc Hedlund (at O’Reilly): In an earlier post this week, I railed against Sprint for disabling the use of Bluetooth on the new Treo 650 […]
Dejazine update: According to the SF Chronicle, there has been a sighting of a weekly Redux Herring prototype. Quote: This time around, Red Herring won’t have the laserlike focus on venture capitalists and tech startups. “We’re going to be broader to reflect the maturing of the tech industry,” Dreyfus said. “It’s also important to be […]
It’s a small world after all: In remarking on Seth Goden’s warning about CEO blogging, Steve Rubel says some too-kind things about me taking time from my “busy schedule” (okay, I can hear that laughter down the hall, stop) to have a conversation with “worker-bee bloggers” like him. (Yeah, right, worker-bee blogger: Steve gets quoted […]