The end of Future Paid Members Public
Andreessen Horowitz’s short-lived foray into tech journalism is over. When even VCs don’t see a future in tech hype media, what does that mean for the rest of us?
On Blogging About The iPad Paid Members Public
I have about three iPad-related posts in my head right now. One of them exists in partial form in my blog software. But I can’t bring myself to publish them, and that’s for much the same reason as I refused to blog about the Apple tablet before it
The Computer Weekly Blog Awards Paid Members Public
In the category of things I really ought to have blogged about before now: [Computer Weekly](http://www.computerweekly.com) is running its first ever [IT blog awards](http://www.computerweekly.com/blogawards.htm). The team are looking for the best of the technology blogs, particularly those with a UK
Bloggers & PRs: Old Dance, New Partner Paid Members Public
Over on Workbench, Rogers Caldenhead suggest that the most popular techbloggers are starting to tread a very well-trod path: that of the exclusive and the embargo [http://www.cadenhead.org/workbench/news/3283/exclusive-techbloggers-have-sold-their-souls] , as the news sites cut deals with PRs. This is interesting, I think, because tech blogs