Newspapers going the way of Vinyl?

Acording to one school teacher anyway. From Reuters: “Students do not relate to newspapers at all, any more than they would to vinyl records,” one teacher said in the study. Interesting piece. give it a read.

If you Blog to Make Money…..

Read this great post by Darren Rowse. Here are a couple of snippets: The idea of passive income is obviously one that many people strive for – and it’s a term that I’ve heard used many times to describe online income streams – including blogging. Unfortunately I wouldn’t use the term passive income to describe … [Read more]

Upcoming Blogging Conference Down Under

Peter Black an associate lecturer in law at the Queensland University of Technology is organizing the Australian Blogging Conference. The ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation and the Queensland University of Technology will host. The event will take place Thursday March 8th 2007 at the newly renovated State Library of Queensland in … [Read more]

AMA to host webinar with CEO's of WordPress, KnowNow, and Sphere

If you are a CMO, VP/Director of Marketing or Corporate Communications then you should definitely tune in to this webinar hosted by the American Marketing Assocation February 13th. Todd Rulon-Miller CEO of KnowNow, Toni Schneider CEO of Automattic (WordPress), and Tony Conrad CEO of Sphere will make up the panel. Marla Chupak will be moderating. … [Read more]

AMA to host webinar with CEO’s of WordPress, KnowNow, and Sphere

If you are a CMO, VP/Director of Marketing or Corporate Communications then you should definitely tune in to this webinar hosted by the American Marketing Assocation February 13th. Todd Rulon-Miller CEO of KnowNow, Toni Schneider CEO of Automattic (WordPress), and Tony Conrad CEO of Sphere will make up the panel. Marla Chupak will be moderating. … [Read more]

The real revolution of new media

Stowe Boyd and Chris Heuer are having a little debate about the purity of social media press releases which I spouted off about earlier this evening. Chris was kind enough to come by and comment. I started to leave a 2nd reply to his comment and thought the point deserved its own post. While discussing … [Read more]

Social press releases all wrong?

That’s what Stowe Boyd says: For those who have missed the idea, a social media press release is supposed to be a webbish/bloggish version of old timey press releases. These will incorporate elements of the now commonplance blog motif: links, tags, comments, and trackbacks, for example. This all begs the question (which I raised early … [Read more]

Where do you stand on Net Neutrality?

If you are a new media content creator then I strongly urge you to read the whole thing, and learn as much as you can about net neutrality. Legislation will be passed one way or the other, and it will definitely affect you.

Where do you stand on net neutrality?

Blogs are hot

Anyone tell you blogs or old news lately? Well not according to the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and several other major newspapers. Courtesy of Frank Barnako of Market Watch: The number of visitors to the blog pages of the top 10 online newspapers grew 210% in the past year, far outpacing growth … [Read more]

Is your blog worthy of a feature story?

Amit Chatwani’s blog Leveraged Sellout is. Fellow blogger Miki Saxon alerted me to this story where Business Week called Chatwani The Borat of Wall Street. Here’s a small clip: It’s late afternoon at a bar in the heart of Manhattan’s financial district. This being early December, the place is buzzing with chatter about Wall Street’s … [Read more]