people still read magazines

and they really like print advertising there too. interesting read, not sure it will play out, but interesting. Advertising Age – MediaWorks – Who Still Reads Magazines? Just About Everybody

Interview from broadband video roundtable

Click below to watch me be interviewed at the DC Web Managers Roundtable event, which was held earlier this week at the National Cable Television Association HQ. The event, which was moderated by Gary Arlen, focused on broadband video and featured speakers from CSPAN and Comcast who shared their observations and experiences. More interviews from […]

why do good documentaries go bad?

so yeah, i love egyptology. crazy about it. gets me excited. i even blog about it. so when i see that discovery is going to air a blowout on the hatshepsut mummy identification ( Secrets of Egypt’s Lost Queen : Quest : Discovery Channel), of course i am going to watch. but this one, i […]

congratulations, laurel!

my pal laurel touby gets to add ‘miss moneybags’ to her ‘cyberhostess’ title as founder and ceo of mediabistro — which she just sold to jupitermedia for $23 million. nice. Web Site for Job Seekers Is Sold – New York Times

Bad games are just plain bad

the ever intelligent clive thompson has a good one at wired: These Games Are So Bad, It’s Not Funny basically, we can enjoy bad tv or bad movies for what they are, because they are something we watch, but we can’t enjoy a bad game because it is something we do. this highlights a pretty […]

i want this, so very, very much

this thing is gorgeous. i used to have a les paul that i loved dearly and if i have any regrets, selling it would vie for the top spot. the swamp ash model looks like it is using the studio cut, so it would be lighter to handle too. the one downside with the les […]