Posts Tagged: news

RIP Google Reader: On the merits of slow reading

I am starting to believe humans will require more processing power and storage soon. Hopefully, that urban legend / 9th grade myth that we only use 10% of our brain is correct. Maybe it’s like a video game: we have

RIP Google Reader: On the merits of slow reading

I am starting to believe humans will require more processing power and storage soon. Hopefully, that urban legend / 9th grade myth that we only use 10% of our brain is correct. Maybe it’s like a video game: we have

The “Future of Media” – Part 3, News Delivery and Personalization

Like many people I know, I spend an unhealthy number of hours each day looking at a screen. As such, I’ve been thinking a lot about the days unravel in front of these light-emitting delights, which often involves reading news.

The “Future of Media” – Part 3, News Delivery and Personalization

Like many people I know, I spend an unhealthy number of hours each day looking at a screen. As such, I’ve been thinking a lot about the days unravel in front of these light-emitting delights, which often involves reading news.

Writing for your audience: men in tech and Business Insider

To properly keep track of the various goings on in the tech world, one should consider having a blog IV set up for constant transfusion. From aggregators like Hacker News to Tech Meme to the big guns like Tech Crunch

Writing for your audience: men in tech and Business Insider

To properly keep track of the various goings on in the tech world, one should consider having a blog IV set up for constant transfusion. From aggregators like Hacker News to Tech Meme to the big guns like Tech Crunch

The Economics of News: Free Ideas on How the Dying Business Might Turn a Profit

Living in New York and living off the New York Times, I’m plagued by regular pangs of anxiety for the publication. Although the high-quality ‘paper’ is unique in having dedicated and widespread readership, the NYT is in the same creeky,

The Economics of News: Free Ideas on How the Dying Business Might Turn a Profit

Living in New York and living off the New York Times, I’m plagued by regular pangs of anxiety for the publication. Although the high-quality ‘paper’ is unique in having dedicated and widespread readership, the NYT is in the same creeky,