Archive for March, 2013
Mar. 16, ‘13: — Jack Shafer tracks the fall of the alt-weekly. (Via Peter Kafka.)
“The desire for the ‘Oh, how the mighty Apple has fallen’ narrative is so strong that the narrative is simply being stated as fact, evidence to the contrary be damned.”
Mar. 15, ‘13: — John Gruber undresses Samsung’s mythical victory over Apple.
Mar. 15, ‘13: — Future SplatF headline. Mailbox today, OS tomorrow?
Mar. 14, ‘13: Less clutter, designed for mobile, and more room for creativity. A few days ago, I decided that I couldn’t write another post for the existing SplatF — there were too many things bothering me about it. (That’s also the same … Continue reading →
Mar. 11, ‘13: In addition to selling ads on sites like mine, Say Media also publishes a great quarterly magazine. (That’s where my big feature story on the evolution of tech journalism ran last year.) As of this issue, the magazine is now digital, … Continue reading →
Mar. 5, ‘13: For the past week, I’ve been researching in Paris, where the streets are filled with beautiful people, the cheese is everything, and the mobile Internet is slow. Or, at least, slower than what I’ve gotten used to in the States, … Continue reading →