Don’t tell a story—put the audience IN the story.
When I read about Gigaom’s abrupt closure, my heart skipped a beat. There but for the grace of Wearable World, I thought, went ReadWrite. Our former publisher, Say Media, was prepared to shut us down if we hadn’t found a new owner. Wearable World is a good home for ReadWrite, and I’m energized by the […]
Ask permission before using our stuff, says Reddit.
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What technologists like Jeff Bezos and Keith Rabois can teach the media.
Frustrated by its own inability to make money off the hyperlocal news startup, NBC News shut the doors on Everyblock today. Why their failure happened is an opportunity for the next Adrian Holovaty.
Pay-for-play is alive and well in journalism, and freelance sites are a great cover.
After months of testing in private beta, the next iteration of the SoundCloud Web app has been relaunched. The result is a stickier, more social experience that bolsters SoundCloud’s position as the YouTube of audio.
The world’s second largest media conglomerate teamed up with the most valuable tech company on the planet to launch a product that attempted to reimagine news for the digital age. And it flopped. What does that epic failure teaches us about iPad-only publishing?
It’s the only way to keep papers alive – and sneaking around the walls to “steal” content doesn’t help.