Monday, January 16, 2006


A pretty picture of L.A. that got tired of hiding deep inside my hard drive.

In Media News (how very blogger-like of me!) ... The MIT Technology Review has responded to current publishing realities by cutting back from 12 to six issues per year, devoting more resources to its website, and changing the editorial focus of each product. Details of the changes are provided in a letter cello-wrapped with the latest issue, which features a cover story by former Salon editorial nabob David Talbot entitled "The Internet Is Broken: It's Time to Replace It." This is the first time (I can think of) that a magazine has adapted in this way, and so proactively. Don't they usually just ride the printing press into the ground? Those MIT folks don't miss a trick.


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