As you may have seen for yourselves, media’s ‘new e-business’ aspirations have caused quite a stir. I have ToingToing!ed about it here and The Financial Times Online offers a decent detailed assessment of the situation, both pieces are offered for free, I hasten to add. Advertising does not bring in the money anymore (did anyone… Continue reading To Whom the Turnstile Spins?
Back in the early 1980s, PC Magazine was a welcome arrival at one’s snailmail box. It carried voices of authority on that new animal, the Personal Computer. The voices were knowledgeable without pontificating, expert-like, but never condescending. PCM’s authority came from people like Bill Machrone , the magazine’s mythological editor cum publisher, John C. Dvorak, … Continue reading Collateral damage on the road to digeracy