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
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
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