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The publishing site Quartz.com laid off more staff this past week. It’s not that Quartz hasn’t found a revenue model; it has already decided its best revenue future is via monthly subscriptions. Quartz like many others knows that bleeding you … Continue reading
Each year I post about the books I’ve been able to finish within the year. There’s a part of me that believes ‘You are what you read”. Some years ago I realized that I was not reading much aside from … Continue reading
For the past few years I have been a subscriber and reader of The Economist which calls itself a newspaper even though most people would call it a magazine. I really like the non-U.S. focused viewpoint of The Economist. If … Continue reading
I gave up the daily printed Wall Street Journal about a month ago in favor of the Wall Street Journal subscriber Amazon Kindle Fire tablet application. After using it every day I can say with all honesty that it’s pretty … Continue reading
Now that I have finished Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs I have to admit that I wish I’d met the man – something I had never felt was all that important before I read the book. What I’d also … Continue reading
Time Magazine was recently honored by the American Society of Magazine Editors with the top prize of ‘Magazine of the Year’. My first thought was – how many people actually still read that magazine? The award was for editorial excellence … Continue reading
Enjoy it while you still can since the days of offering a print and digital subscription for the same price are numbered. The main reason is of course that the print subscription is so much more costly to print and … Continue reading