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The Only Way to Save the Publishing Industry…

… is to declare that all content is now advertising — or even better: to turn the reading experience into a guessing game about whether any particular piece is an advertisement or not. So I herewith declare that there is … Continue reading Continue reading

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Retard Media: Hubspot vs. Google

As luck would have it, on the one day that I check the New York Times, they have an article (actually it’s more of a classified advertisement, for so-called “SEO agencies”) about what I will from now on refer to … Continue reading Continue reading

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On Google, I know for sure that emerging stories are indexed from the get-go

A while back, a friend of mine suggested I try duckduckgo … and at first I was rather dismissive. However, I gave it another spin, and I must say I was indeed impressed! Today I decided to do some reading … Continue reading Continue reading

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“Legitimate Rape” Pharmaceutical Ad (Video) is already a Google top 10 result for “Legitimate Rape”

It’s in the regular top 10 results via liveleak.com. Here’s the video on youtube.com:

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How to make money on the Internet

Adam Curry on TWiT about ad inventory, the NoAgenda podcast and his own personal brand — including the remark: I really get value from coming on “This Week in Tech”… — 80% of our initial audience came from this show. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Undercover Agent for True Neo-Classical Economics

Paul Krugman actually wrote something about Economics! So, what is neoclassical economics? There’s a historical definition, having to do with the “marginal revolution” of the late 19th century and all that, but what I think we mean in practice is … Continue reading Continue reading

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I don’t like Mondays :(

I’m in a kranky mood. Earlier I thought it was about complainers — but I think maybe it’s not just complainers. Something else that pisses me off is people who are bogus. The easiest way to spot a bogus person … Continue reading Continue reading

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Better Without You?

I was just thinking about something related (which I’ll get to in a moment), and then this song started playing in my mp3 player: “Better Without You” by Anne Haigis. Go ahead — “search” for it! I bet you won’t … Continue reading Continue reading

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Why Money Does NOT Separate the Wheat from the Chaff

Just saw this mention of a funny new parody-website: Touted as “a real-time social feed for people who have $50,” the site is a parody of Silicon Valley celeb Dalton Caldwell’s App.net, a Twitter-like site that with a sizeable entry … Continue reading Continue reading

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You want your content to work everywhere

John Battelle just wrote a fascinating blog post — roughly about the economics of online magazine publications… and so here I am adverting your attention to it. He assumes: you are going to both charge a sub fee, and include … Continue reading
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