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NYC landlord v. Social Media maven

NYC landlord v. Social Media maven

UPDATE: Landlord threatens to sue over Website [link]. Almost every New York City landlord with more than a little experience can tell you hair-curling stories of their tenants from hell,…

Groupon, iPad and Twitter: Not so fast!

Alan Mutter has an excellent post in which he seeks to moderate some of the wild projections surrounding Groupon, the iPad and Twitter. Newspapers and the iPad: Publishers are pleased…

Predicting if Murdoch’s iPad Daily will be the salvation of newspapers is a crapshoot

The board on which the news media plays is constantly moving and the only certainty might be that most newspapers are toast and that whatever we predict today will be…

Putting iPhones to work on the subway

They made music on a NYC subway — in an entirely new way. Atomic Tom‘s purportedly “impromptu” performance of “Take Me Out” — in a B Train on the Manhattan…

Fish wrapper

Newsday used to be a great paper. Now, at best. it’s mediocre. Its Website is one of the worst big-paper venues, and its business model is a poor rendition of…

Stepping into the future

While News Corp is best known in the US for Fox films and Fox TV, the company has lots of newsprint on its hands as well (including the NY Post,…

Old Media still doesn’t get it

Old Media still doesn’t get it

There’s an excellent quick read on TECHi outlining “Five Things Old Media Still Don’t Get About the Web.” If author Navneet Alang‘s bullet points below aren’t obvious to you by…

We got our Mac

Video tribute to Apple’s late, great ad campaign, by One More Thing.…

Ideas for journalists, from SXSW in Austin

Ideas for journalists, from SXSW in Austin

There were so many excellent panels running simultaneously at SXSW Interactive that Poynter’s Steve Myers suggests that “Austin hangover” be added to the Urban Dictionary. He saw and heard as…

An eerily prescient 1994 vision of the 2010 iPad. When newspaper people calmly planned for a future their leaders didn’t have the courage to build.

Technology changes and, yes, shit does happen. But people with foresight, flexibility and courage do not have to be overwhelmed by it. There was a time when visionaries in the…

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