When less journalism is more Paid Members Public
The shift to digital unleashed the floodgates on a tidal wave of journalism of often variable content. And, finally, publishers are discovering that smaller amounts of more valuable work can be better.
Your attention is your most precious resource: conserve it Paid Members Public
This is a really good guide to retaking control of your attention [https://medium.com/on-advertising/self-defence-age-of-attention-c4c0e86e1b9d]: > The first step for successful self-defence is avoidance. Try to avoid as many dangerous situations as possible. In this context this would mean, stay away from every distraction, which doesn’t add a
Digital media brands are failing for the same reason as old media brands: they don't understand the attention economy Paid Members Public
The last few weeks have made it plain that digital media is stumbling. Buzzfeed UK is cutting back – hard [https://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2017/12/buzzfeed-uk-redundancies.html] . Mashable has been flogged off a what is a knock-down price compared to its valuation a few years ago, and is laying
The role of blogs in the age of media overload Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2015/02/blogger-at-work.jpg] Fascinating read in the wake of Andrew Sullivan’s closure of The Dish [http://time.com/3693638/no-blogs-are-not-dead/], in which Ira Stoll explores the present and future of blogging [http://time.com/3693638/no-blogs-are-not-dead/]: > And while the
Your morning attention workout Paid Members Public
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Afternoon Coffee Reading: 13/12/11 Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/12/667d747c241511e19896123138142014_7.jpg] Some delicious, cream-filled linky goodness to while away the rest of the afternoon: - [Driving by looking in the rear view mirror](http://neilperkin.typepad.com/only_dead_fish/2011/12/driving-by-looking-in-the-rear-view-mirror.html) – an interesting cautionary