Metamorphosis of the Journalist Paid Members Public
In today’s round-up of good internet reading, we learn to love the niche, look (again( at newsletters, and get attention hacking
Facebook's donations won't save local journalism, but better CMSes just might Paid Members Public
This week, Facebook has joined Google in throwing millions at the local news business. Is this really going to help the industry recover - or should we bee looking elsewhere?
The Haunting of One Man & His Blog Paid Members Public
One Man & His Blog is now running on Ghost - and here's why.
The Sun runs on WordPress Paid Members Public
Things I didn’t know [https://vip.wordpress.com/2017/01/09/bigwp-returns-to-london-next-week/]: > News UK moved thesun.co.uk to WordPress.com VIP last summer, becoming the fastest growing newspaper site in the UK, with well over 20 million monthly unique visitors, and tens of millions of page views
Condé Nast buys a WordPress plugin Paid Members Public
Condé Nast buys a WordPress plugin [https://variety.com/2016/digital/news/conde-nast-acquires-poetica-twitter-engineer-1201719426/] > Condé Nast said Poetica’s product, as well as its engineering and design team, will help it “seamlessly and quickly” deliver content to audiences across multiple platforms. The Poetica system will be integrated into Condé Nast’
Vale, Movable Type: a big move for this blog Paid Members Public
Moving from Movable Type to WordPress
Morning nostalgia Paid Members Public
I am having a deeply nostalgic day right now. Not only am I provisioning a new blog – just as I used to back in my days as RBI’s blogmeister – but today is a day of note, as this tweet suggests: > 12 years ago today… http://t.co/6pEPQB5AIB—