print on demand technology creates an interesting dynamic that many authors don’t appreciate
NY Times today explores podcasting to the faithful: Kyle Lewis, 25, missed going to church one Sunday last month. But he did not miss the sermon. Mr. Lewis, who regularly attends services of the National Community Church in Alexandria, Va., listened to the sermon while he was at the gym, through a recording he had…
Brookings will be offering a talk on "The Impact of the New Media" tomorrow, which will be available via webcast. Old and new media will be on hand to discuss the meaning of blogs and the like.
Matthew Hurst of BlogPulse offers some interesting insight into blog posts over on his Data Mining blog. It comes in 3 parts: here, here, and here. He derives the data from 24 hours of pings to weblogs.com.
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For all of those folks who can’t blather enough about waiting for the "next generation" of iPod that has video or who are excited about video on cellphones or who insist on writing off today’s audio podcasts as a mere stepping stone to video in the future, I have one message: remember the Sony Watchman….
Old time clipping service meets new media stats: BurrellesLuce, the nation’s leading media monitoring company, today announced that it will include Nielsen//NetRatings global Internet audience reach figures on all press clippings retrieved from Internet sources.