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Category Archives: Journalism
Jim Dalrymple, in an interview at MacStories about his newly-released The Loop Magazine: Apple’s Newsstand is the first time since 1994 that I’ve felt another shift in the publishing industry was upon us, so I jumped at it. Apple takes care of distribution, payments and the business side of things, leaving the publisher focus on [...]
How much does Henry Blodget make writing this crap? Oh, more money than my site generates? What, a lot more? Excuse me while I go jump in front of a bus. In the mean time, go watch this.
I think I’m hallucinating. Can someone call an ambulance for me?
The Macalope, on the churning shitstorm the media has created around Apple: People like stories. Even—and sometimes especially—if they’re not true.
In this month’s Read and Trust magazine, Matt Alexander, Dave Caolo, David Chartier and Federico Viticci discuss mobile computing devices. It’s a great edition.
The subhead to a story written by Austin Carr: Six years and five iPhones later, Fast Company tracks down the recipient of Steve Jobs’s groundbreaking prank call, the first ever made from Apple’s original iPhone to the outside world.
James Dowd at The Commercial Appeal: Beginning Monday, the price of Monday through Saturday single copy editions of The Commercial Appeal — found in racks and at retailers — increases to $1, but the change will not affect Sunday editions or subscription rates. As part of the increase, a portion of every non-subscription copy sold [...]
Marco: I hastily built a basic site while I was waiting for the app to be approved. I only needed it to do two things: send people to the App Store, and show something at the sharing URLs for each article. Since The Magazine had no ads, and people could only subscribe in the app, [...]
Rebecca Greenfield: Not all of Musk’s data is entirely convincing and the parts that are don’t point to a malicious plot. In the end, it looks like Broder made some compromises to get from the Newark charging station to the Milford one, in both speed and temperature. Broder may not have used Musk’s car the [...]
Elon Musk: When Tesla first approached The New York Times about doing this story, it was supposed to be focused on future advancements in our Supercharger technology. There was no need to write a story about existing Superchargers on the East Coast, as that had already been done by Consumer Reports with no problems! We [...]
Everyone dreams of launching their side project, but few of us manage to reach the finish line. This month, Shawn Blanc, David Sparks, Brett Terpstra, Brett Kelly and Adam King share from their experiences as professional “shippers.”
The hey-I-run-old-ass-apps-too version of the Microsoft Surface here. So, is it any good? Peter Bright at Ars Technica: From the tablet perspective, Surface Pro is not acceptable. It gets too hot for a hand-held device, its battery life is woefully inadequate, and it’s too thick and heavy to be comfortable to hand hold for long [...]
Will Burns at Forbes: CBS banned SodaStream’s Super Bowl spot because, apparently, it was too much of a direct hit to two of its biggest sponsors, Coke and Pepsi. Please pause and read that sentence again.