Archive: June 2014


Nuance Matters

Posted June 18, 2014 by & filed under B2B Media, Digital Strategy

Spaghetti with a Spoon – Nuance Matters

I don’t eat spaghetti with a spoon.  In fact, I don’t know anyone who does or ever has, and that’s something I’d remember.  In full disclosure, my 2 year old does. However, at that point, it’s no longer spaghetti.

I hadn’t thought about why this is.  I know, you are saying “it’s not worth thinking about”, but it’s valid for today’s publishing world.

Often times publishers do things a certain way because “they’ve … Read More


The Chart That Should Scare Print Media

Posted June 16, 2014 by & filed under B2B Media, Print Media

The following graphic caught my eye recently sparking many questions and thoughts which I will expand upon below.  The chart is from Mary Meeker’s Annual Internet Trends Report .  The 145 page report is a very good one, and I suggest a read if you can find the time.  Depending on whom you ask, Ms. Meeker is one of the foremost experts on digital/internet trends as a former Morgan Stanley analyst and now a partner at prominent VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

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