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There's much sturm und drang about online advertising, and whether it's in a big hole or a *really* big hole. Judging by the graphic of a giant smoking crater he used for his post, Peter Kafka at All Things D apparently falls into the latter camp, and he also quotes Nick "The Dark Lord" Denton…

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I've been doing my best to remain calm, but I have to confess that it isn't working as well as it usually does. I'm speaking, of course, about the tsunami that is currently wreaking havoc on the traditional media business, an industry in which I happen to have spent virtually my entire working life. The…

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As the markets see-saw between concern and outright panic over the fate of the U.S. financial bailout, the credit shock that's rippling through not just North America but most of the Western hemisphere, and the potential for a severe economic downturn, anyone with a Web-based business that depends on advertising has to be asking: Is…

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I was going to call this post "Decoding the Microsoft memo," but my friend Kara Swisher has that kind of trademarked already, and I don't want to owe her any more money than I already do. But reading through the missive from CEO Steve Ballmer that she has posted made me long for someone who…

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There's a fascinating piece in the New York Times looking at IDG -- the world's largest publisher of tech-related magazines -- and how it has been transformed from a print entity into what has increasingly become an online-only entity: "In 2002, 86 percent of the revenue from I.D.G.’s publications came from print and 14 percent…

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