Subtraction.com – Subscribing to The New York Times
Media companies respect their customers or maybe not.
FarukAt.eş – Micro-payments And The Web
One of the great big problems on the web today is how to make money from publishing content (if your end goal is making money from content).
NYTimes.com – Fox to Limit Next-Day Streaming on Hulu to Paying Cable Customers
So what’s the incentive to keep watching shows legally?
The Faster Times – AOL Hell: An AOL Content Slave Speaks Out
Highly depressing read, both into the writing practiced at AOL and what this business considers important (just generating stupid trivial trash to generate pageviews).
Throwing Fire – LastPass Disclosure Shows Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
Even the technology journalism sites can’t get things right on occasion.
Nieman Journalism Lab – Baseless speculation! Frank Rich and the price of paywalls for writers
Good point to recognize this difference, but the point must still be made that both need to be paid, and half to find a system that enables writers and publishers to make money off the content.
NYTimes.com – Radiation + Cable Anchor + Science = ?
Cable news no matter the network typically is a pile of fail when it comes to science.
Bad Astronomy – Has life been found in a meteorite?
So has it, maybe, but it seems like the answer is leaning more towards no, as opposed to the yeses being heard in the media.
NYTimes.com – Subtropical Wisconsin
Fox News, we mislead, you decide.
Daring Fireball – The Daily Wait
Even more on how long The Daily takes to load and why it’s such an awful user experience.