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In a comment on Rogers Cadenhead’s blog, Seth Finkelstein perfectly captures what the deeper reason behind the TechCrunch/Last.fm poor reporting is: “The basic problem is that there’s no profit (from attention) in being right, but there is in being first.” … Continue reading
LG has officially announced the LG Arena (not to be confused with the LG Arena in Birmingham), and accompanying it is a slightly frenetic promo video: As with LG’s previous high-end phones, the hardware looks fantastic. There’s Dolby Mobile audio, … Continue reading
Investigative journalism to make an online come-back? | Blog | Futurismic. “The problem being that, currently, online advertising doesn’t provide enough income to run a proper newsroom, even with the lower overheads of the straight-to-web model. But will that always … Continue reading
I have a certain amount of sympathy for Ron Rosenbaum's post about Jeff Jarvis. Like Ron, I used to be an avid reader of Jeff's blog, and liked it a lot. And, like Ron, I've become disillusioned by Jeff and … Continue reading
What on Earth does this mean? Said to be shopping? Said "shopping About.com"? What?
I know standards in publishing aren't what they were, but "man falls off chair" is not a story worthy of the front page of BBC News.