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Did I Kill Gawker
Former editor Max Read speculates what brought Nick Denton's publishing empire down while sharing a view from the belly of the beast.
nickdenton  gawker  publishing  media 
august 2016 by iankennedy
Future Reading
Craig Mod on the durability and openness of the print book ecosystem and the importance of trust in that durability and openness which is preventing the evolution of digital publishing.
craigmod  amazon  publishing  drm 
october 2015 by iankennedy
The Alleged $7.5 Billion Fraud in Online Advertising
Ad networks knowingly sell bot traffic to publishers and publishers knowingly buy the bot traffic because the resulting ad impressions earn both of them money—at the expense of the clients who are paying for the impressions.
advertising  publishing 
july 2015 by iankennedy
How Promotion Affects Pageviews on the New York Times Website
Detailed study of effectiveness of social media and home page promotion at the New York Times
pageviews  metrics  publishing  newyorktimes  from delicious
november 2013 by iankennedy
More and more publishers are offering underwritten articles to their advertisers. This new content/business model further blurs the line between editorial and advertising.
businessmodel  publishing  from delicious
april 2013 by iankennedy
Business Insider and GigaOM - two online publishers with diversified revenue streams.
businessmodel  Gigaom  publishing  from delicious
march 2013 by iankennedy
Subcompact Publishing — by Craig Mod
Simplicity will be a key disruptor in the publishing industry says Craig Mod, designer of the Flipboard iPhone app. Marco's Magazine app is doing just that.
publishing  from delicious
november 2012 by iankennedy
Wired and The New Yorker Pull Back on Flipboard | Media - Advertising Age
New wrinke. While NYTimes embraces Flipboard as extension, Wired and New Yorker pull back http://t.co/0gfouGki
flipboard  publishing 
june 2012 by iankennedy
Video: Betaworks’ Borthwick says it’s time to stop thinking about “content” — paidContent
Think less about "content" (which pours into containers) and more about "information" (which is actionable). http://t.co/DutcXZB4
june 2012 by iankennedy
There’s no such thing as an objective filter: Why designing algorithms that tell us the news is hard » Nieman Journalism Lab
@jonathanstray: nice summary of the problem (no objective filters) http://t.co/VPF22CPg would love to see evaluation of current solutions.
fliter  news  publishing 
june 2012 by iankennedy
Nick Denton: The Banner Ad Era is Closing | Digiday
Gawker to advise advertisers on "Web etiquette and language, help make their most persuasive case" - crossing the line? http://t.co/e3QkceHb
nickdenton  advertising  publishing 
may 2012 by iankennedy
Are publishers waking up from their dream about apps? — Tech News and Analysis
@PetrusLundqvist re: stingy "33 % of users had downloaded news-reading apps, only 19 % had actually paid for them" http://t.co/bD9IjdDi
publishing  apps 
may 2012 by iankennedy
Kevin Kelly -- Better than Free
When copies are free, you need to sell things which can not be copied.

Eight things that cannot be copied that publishers can focus on in a digital economy.
KevinKelly  copyright  publishing  economics  from delicious
march 2012 by iankennedy
The shape of our future book
The goal of iPad magazines is to Tame the unfiltered data streams and Produce quiet data.
publishing  tablet  from delicious
november 2011 by iankennedy
How AOL’s Editions iPad app seeks to master the digital magazine experience | Poynter.
The goal is to burst the “filter bubble” and rekindle some of the sense of shared experience people get from reading the same top stories on the front page of a daily paper.
tablet  publishing  aol  editions  from delicious
november 2011 by iankennedy
Falcon - personal publishing application
Designed to support indie publishers that would prefer to host their data and syndicate it to the cloud instead of the other way around.
publishing  identity 
january 2011 by iankennedy
Inside Forbes: Our Content Strategy, Brand Power and the Path Forward
Detailed look at how Forbes is re-inventing itself for Social Media
forbes  publishing 
january 2011 by iankennedy
Revolutionary Espresso Book Machine launches in London
ATM for books can do small runs off of facsimile copies of books - true on-demand book binding for the masses
publishing  printing 
may 2009 by iankennedy
Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable « Clay Shirky
It makes increasingly less sense even to talk about a publishing industry, because the core problem publishing solves — the incredible difficulty, complexity, and expense of making something available to the public — has stopped being a problem.
publishing  newspapers  businessmodel 
march 2009 by iankennedy
End Times - Can America’s paper of record survive the death of newsprint? Can journalism?
The conundrum, of course, is that those 1 million print readers, who pay actual cash money for the privilege of consuming the paper, and who are worth about five figures a page to advertisers, are far more profitable than the 20 million unique Web users, who don’t and aren’t.
publishing  nytimes  newspapers 
january 2009 by iankennedy
HP incubator project turns any collection of RSS feeds into a PDF file which you can get emailed to you daily.
pdf  email  publishing 
november 2008 by iankennedy
On-demand printing for magazines. Derek's new gig.
publishing  micro-publishing 
june 2008 by iankennedy
Rumor: InfoWorld to close magazine business
After reading yesterday's news time after time, print became irrelevant.
business  publishing 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Kinda like twitter but with multimedia.
blogging  publishing  nano 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Welcome - PenguinWiki
Penguin Books will attempt to create the first open sourced novel.
publishing  wiki  penguinbooks 
february 2007 by iankennedy
Titleist Golf News
If a golf equipment company can publish RSS, so can you
rss  publishing 
november 2005 by iankennedy
Print your blog
Printed & bound copies of any online content
october 2005 by iankennedy

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