Times are changing for Print (Traditional Media threat)…
After last weeks news that the New York Times was about to remove its pay-for-content site. It was interseting to come across this post that points out that the paid subscription base was reportedly 227,000, the NY Times decided it was not worth the effort.
In his Guardian column, Jeff Jarvis looks at...
Irish economist David McWilliams points out the failings of LTRO and other elements of the latest euro worries. He also comes up with some worthy solutions which seem to make sense “South American 90′s debt deals” – “Fiscal expansion” and ultimately the factor that “the Linchpin is Germany”. and what are they prepared to do to solve this mess.
The video above comes from John Hancock who has over 40 years’ experience in the US, UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. He was National Creative Director of Ogilvy & Mather Direct and spent 12 years as Cellarmaster Wines’ in-house creative head.
He has just launched a new blog - Hancock’s Writing Blog which has some very insightful tutorials on how to write good copy all of which he wants to share.
He is a good friend of my friends Drayton Bird & Malcolm Auld who between all three of them have more years of experience and knowledge in Business & Marketing than I can count!
BERG announced “Little Printer,” its Web-connected printer for the home including a broad selection of custom designed publications. BERG also introduced BERG Cloud, a new platform for creating, connecting and controlling smart products and infrastructure.
Little Printer will be available in 2012, wouldn’t mind giving one of these a trial