shall we start the countdown for how long this lasts till the Timesmen (and women) demand to be set free so they can continue to participate in the online blogger-commentariat fray?
Henry Copeland of BlogAds, an advertising network for blogs, spoke to the current state of the market for ad spending in the blogosphere: After dropping 40-50% for the first couple of months after the election, it looks like we’ll be at new highs in March and April. I won’t call it a tipping point, because…
Forbes has a good article on how companies are trying to make money from podcasting. [via Dave Winer]
PaidContent.org: API’s $2 Million Newspaper Thinktank The American Press Institute has launched a $2 million year-long research project trying to find new business models for newspapers (tags: Newspapers BusinessModels)
The Interweb as Mass Media breakdown of media consumption rates (tags: media metrics)
I had a chance to merge my passions in my column this month in Mass High Tech magazine. I focused on the lessons we high-tech entrepreneurs can take from the restaurant industry. Check it out here.
Michael Arrington over at TechCrunch profiles a couple of new offerings from Pluck that are designed to help provide fuel to the citizen journalism fire and to make it easier for online publishers to get into the RSS game. I’m particularly intrigued by the effort to help enable community blogging, a move that could revitalize…