Links I posted to pinboard from March 21st through March 22nd: Tumblelogs – Just for me, this is Why The Lucky Stiff commenting on @jkottke's early, definitive post on tumblelogs: For High Tech Companies, Going Public Sucks | Epicenter | Wired.com – why we need a Long-Term Stock Exchange: "@wired: For High Tech Companies, Going […]
We’ve pulled this story down after talking further with the startup involved. We apologize to the startup and to TechCrunch. via How TechCrunch’s back-room deals destroy its credibility | VentureBeat.
Savvy journalists have adapted (or have been forced to adapt) to a new, more collaborative publishing model online. Here are my notes from a keynote presentation I delivered on this topic at the OCLC Collaboration Forum, held at the Smithsonian, on September 21. Matsuo Kinsaku was born around 1644 in Japan. As a young man, […]
From 1925: The pens and tongues of contumely were arrested. Mocking mouths were shut. Even righteous protestation hushed its clamor, as when, having striven manfully in single combat, a high-helmed champion is stricken by Jove’s bolt and the two snarling armies stand at sudden gaze, astonished and bereft a moment of their rancor. That was […]
I’ll admit it: I got into journalism for the money. Columbia Journalism School dean Nicholas Lemann has said: “I’ve never met a single person in 35 years who went into journalism out of pure economic reason.” He never met me. While my motivation wasn’t purely financial, I’d be lying if I said that wasn’t the […]