From the monthly archives:

February 2009

It's easy to spend a lot of time focusing on what's wrong with the way newspapers and other media outlets are dealing with the Web, because let's face it, there's plenty of material (a great recent post along those lines is this one from Lectroid.net). But I think it's worth noting some of the positive…

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Last year, we launched a new mesh event called meshU -- a one-day series of speakers and workshops for developers, designers, project managers and anyone who builds online properties (or wants to) -- and we got a great response to it from the Web community. We're doing it again this year, and we think we've…

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If you're not interested in the debate over micropayments and whether that will help save the newspaper industry, you're probably not going to be interested in this post. If you are interested -- as I am -- you can find plenty of food for discussion in the links that follow. As more than one person…

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On Saturday, the "public editor" of the New York Times, Clark Hoyt, published a long discussion of a story the newspaper had recently reported, and how problematic it was for the Times, and titled his column "Reporting in Real Time." The original story was about how New York Governor David Paterson had decided not to…

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There’s been a lot of chatter about the newspaper industry in recent weeks — about whether newspaper companies should find something like iTunes, or use micropayments as a way to charge people for the news, or sue Google, or all of the above — and how journalism is at risk because newspapers are dying. But…

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