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Remarkably Successful People “Think Different”

Steve Jobs was quoted many times, saying many interesting and quotable things, including his “Think Different” campaign. These “9 Beliefs” stretch Jobs ideas a bit further but still follow similar ideas – being successful means going...

We Won’t Get Fooled Again

Hurricane Sandy brought devastation to the east coast, and with it, amazing stories and even more amazing images. The problem was, a lot of those images were fake. In the age of Photoshop, people in general – but especially journalists – should be wary of...

NYMag Nails The Progress of Digital Publishing

NYMag‘s Daily Intel published today one of the many stories about the $1B purchase of Instagram by Internet giant Facebook. This story gets it right in so many ways. What was a website is now a product, what was a webmaster is now a product manager, and, then...

The Ecosystem of Content

As the shift of available content continues to tilt to the digital side of the world, companies are finding that while becoming your own publisher is easier than it’s even been before, it’s not as easy as it looks. Content connects, it informs, it...

Blaming the Brand at Kodak

Leave it to marketers to blame the brand for Kodak’s failure, and not the product. A very interesting article by Al Ries regarding the fall of Kodak. Instead of pointing out the fails and missteps the company has seen over the years that have brought them...

The Lessons of Digital Content – Where is the Paperboy?

We’re past the point of just dabbling with content on the Internet. Gone are the days of pontificating “Content is King!” as you throw your print stories on your website and wait for the world to come to you. Content Marketing is more than a...

The Lessons Learned from Kodak and Fujifilms

The Economist has a great story on why Fujifilm is surviving while Kodak is fading away. The correlations with the publishing world jump out in this article. For instance: Both firms realised that digital photography itself would not be very profitable. “Wise...