All Posts for 2012
News Corp Shutters The Daily
The fundamental contradiction at the heart of The Daily was that it aspired to be a mass market newspaper while only pursuing a single delivery channel.
- But First, A Little History
On Demonstrating Progress
I’ve been devoting a good chunk of my time lately to documenting progress. Not technical documentation, but acknowledging effort and promoting it where others can see it.
People Are Squishy
One of the single worst lines you will ever hear in the context of a business environment is, “People are simple.”
- Ze by the Numbers
Dead Silos and the Content Archipelago Ascendant
Last week Pew published its annual State of the News Media report, there are lessons aplenty for publishers and content builders of all stripes.
Saying ‘Pfft!’ to Boundary Conditions
This actually happened…
- On the Big Web Show
A Retina Display Reckoning for Magazine Publishers
Because of legacy tools and mindsets, the size of the average “iPad magazine” is about to go through the roof.
Thieves Are Your Best Customers in Waiting
Wherein I throw my two cents into the latest media piracy kerfuffle.
Taking it to Eleven
A fully fluid redesign.
- Responsive Navigation Patterns Roundup