Staffers at the recently closed Rocky Mountain News, backed by three entrepreneurs, say they’ll start a news web site on… Read more Brother, can you spare $4.99?
So maybe this is a bit extreme. Democracy has been around in these parts for hundreds of years, so why… Read more The death of democracy, as we know it
The Ann Arbor News has announced it’s closing, being replaced by an online operation and a twice-weekly newspaper. Properties in… Read more Another one bites the dust
I’ve tried to get the word content out of my vocabulary, when discussing what we put online. I’ve gone to… Read more It’s about information, not content
Pick your favorite newspaper. Take a look at it online. Then, take a look at it on your mobile phone.… Read more One size doesn’t fit all
Stories of the Gray Lady’s demise are, probably, highly exaggerated. That’s because the New York Times is investing heavily in… Read more Signs of the (NY) Times
Who knows what their online bounce rate is? What about keyword or entry page conversion rate? Do you know what… Read more Thoughts from NAA
Random thoughts: More details on later blogs Tony Hsieh and Zappos.com sure have it right — company culture and customer… Read more Blogging from NAA
Hey all. I’m in Las Vegas at the Newspaper Association of America and will blog this week. Check back often!
Last week, the Cook County sheriff in Chicago made headlines when he sued Craig’s List,. He demanded Craig’s List remove… Read more Why few care