1341 readers The press release below, on the left, accompanied the January 27, 2010 announcement of the Apple iPad. The press release on the right accompanied today’s announcement of Microsoft’s Surface. While both releases follow in a tradition that seems to dictate that press releases be among the worst content created by large corporations (right up there with
1889 readersWhile I’ve always considered this as much a personal as a business blog, I do realize that most people who read it have landed here randomly from a link that shows up on Google or Techmeme or more likely these days, Twitter. # So, when I write, as I did last Sunday, about something extremely
1090 readersThis blog is where I record certain types of impressions. Typically a few people read what I write here — even then, it’s more likely to be read somewhere other than this blog (I syndicate the posts to places like Facebook and Linkedin and others use its RSS feed to read it different ways). However, every
1670 readersReading Om Malik’s reflection on the AOL purchase of TechCrunch, I had to pause at this sentence: “Like Arrington, I learned much about blogging from Dave Winer and Doc Searls.” It reminded me of a long-ago post on this blog that I wrote as a reaction to a TechCrunch post Mike Arrington wrote in 2007
4256 readersAdobe PDF Print Engine will be incorporated on the next release of Agfa :ApogeeX Prepress Workflow.Post from: 4x PDF BlogAdobe PDF Print Engine inside Agfa :ApogeeX Prepress Workflow No related posts.
2659 readersLink: “The first mobile phone call was made 40 years ago today.” (QZ.com) Here’s one of those anniversary news items that makes you realize two things: A length of time (in this case, 40 years) can seem like both a long time, and a short time. Today is the 40th anniversary of the first cell-phone call. Here’s a
1538 readersA lot can happen in a week. Between work, family responsibilities, and your obsessive and creepy obsession with the Lindsay Lohan court date, you may have missed some really cool, interesting blog posts. Don’t worry, though. I’m here to clue you in to what you missed this week on the PsPrint Blog. True colors Did you know the
6365 readers If I had time, I’d write a post that would reflect on what Patricio Robles says here and what Khoi Vinh said here. Short version (and, with apologies, some inside baseball): Condé Nast’s most successful magazine iPad app is the New Yorker — which eschews all the bells and whistles the company jammed into its
804 readersRecently, I wrote about the need for a type of journalism that provides context and background and explanations that compliment the traditional ways in which news is delivered to us through a time-stamped, “episodic” flow. As I wrote then, “the types of content we call ‘news’ and ‘journalism’ and ‘posts’ and ‘tweets’ and ‘feeds’ do
2929 readers Interesting! Quark’s strategy of providing its customers a way to “author once, publish anywhere” continues to bear fruit. The British Medical Journal is now publishing simultaneously as both an iPad app and as a Web app (for reading in a Web browser — even on an iPad!). This gives their readers a choice of downloading an entire
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