Day: March 9, 2005

  • Reading vs. Scanning, Browsing vs. Searching

    A common objection to blogs is that because the medium is so easy to update and the cost so low, too much unedited drivel makes it online to make the material useful as a source of business information. I have to say I don’t mind people speaking their mind in an unedited stream. I describe […]

  • Dining with Yahoo

    The folks at SFist write about their dinner with Yahoo where they get an insight into some of the economic shifts that are a result of the changes in the media landscape. Greg pointed out that in the past, papers could depend on classified ads accounting for up to 35% of their revenue. Now they’re […]