Day: January 26, 2005
I consider myself pretty culturally sensitive but this one’s too good to pass up. At a local Cambodian restaurant which we frequent I spotted this poster up on the wall. This is absolutely no comment on the quality of their food nor what it may do to you as you digest it but one has […]
I’m here at the New Communications Forum conference up in Napa, now in the second session on "Corporate Blogging" and so far Bob Lutz’s General Motors Blog, Fast Lane has been mentioned at least five times as a blog that’s been done right and an example to study and follow. – it has […]
Bloggers vs. Journalists, it’s Over says Jay Rosen
NYU’s Jay Rosen declares the “war” between New and Old Media over in a long keynote at the recent Blogging, Journalism & Credibility conference at Harvard. Pulling together quotes from key posts over the past few years he says that we really need to stop staring each other in the eyes waiting for the other […]
Higher Relevance = Lower Ad Sales
Kind of obvious when you think about it but if the industry were to continue down the path of developing the perfect search engine that could find you exactly what you were looking for, would you even bother clicking on a context sensitive advertisement?