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This tweet got me thinking about my own music site gloriousnoise.com and how behaviors have changed in the nearly ten years since we launched: RT @jpschuerman: Conversation on corporate blogs is declining—taking place on Twitter, possibly for authentic engagement? #EdelmanSocial We’ve seen he same thing on GLONO. Year after year our readership grows with occasional […]
This is why I am in this business: fun stuff you can do with technology. Today’s example is Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire” as expressed through Google Instant. Enjoy.
MediaPost’s MoBlog has an interesting article up looking at the new revenue models free apps present, and it’s more than ad revenue. But what’s most interesting to me is the potential this lower production cost channel has for reviving a fast dying medium: magazines. While I don’t believe all the hubbub around print media dying, […]
Apple recently revised their app development guidelines in what sure seems to be a preemptive move to put the kibosh on Adobe’s Flash Compiler much bally-hooed ability to create iPhone apps that would easily translate to other deivices, like…I don’t know…the iPad. So imagine if they applied that same strategy to musicians looking to sell […]
Want to know where the future of the Internet is? It’s likely in your pocket. Mobile web browsing is picking up steam—fast. Not sure this is where the future lies? Just look at the numbers: A year ago, the number of people using mobile devices to access news and information on the Internet more than […]
Jeff Jarvis reports on the dying newspaper industry as the Newspaper Association of America said newspaper ad revenue fell 14 percent in the first quarter overall and 35 percent in job and real estate classifieds. Like everyone, newspaper editors need to find a way to differentiate their products. If they deliver the same information as […]