From the monthly archives:

March 2008

Loic LeMeur of Seesmic has a blog post that echoes something I've been saying for awhile: having cool services like FriendFeed or Twitter or Flickr or even Facebook is great, and they all serve a specific purpose and have a certain value -- but it's hard to keep track of what is where, and which…

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We're long past the writing-on-the-wall stage for newspapers and advertising, it seems -- the recent report from the Newspaper Association of America is more like a billboard, with one of those huge searchlight things they use for movie premieres and the opening of new car dealerships. And what it says is (pardon my French): You…

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In a piece posted at the New York Times' Bits blog, Saul Hansell pits Mike Arrington's "vision of blogging's future" against that of PaidContent founder Rafat Ali. One is personal and filled with lots of emotion (guess which one) and the other is more analytical and has more traditional journalistic integrity, at least according to…

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Maybe it was all the posts about the ISP music tax, but I started thinking about how one of the most important things about music is that we enjoy listening to it and want to share it with others -- and that the Web is one of the best ways of doing that. Whether it's…

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This is a big issue, with lots of sides to it, and I'm not going to try and get into them all right now, but it's worth noting that Warner Music -- the label run by Edgar Bronfman Jr. (who blew a few billion dollars worth of his family's booze money on an ill-fated merger…

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