Archive for the ‘journalism’ Category

Paying For Web Content

Here’s an interesting take on paying for content on the Internet. The author thinks that these three criteria are necessary to induce readers to pay. 1 The content is worth paying for. 2 The price is low. 3 The transaction is easy. He has some interesting ideas on how to reduce the transactional friction. A […]

Read The Comments

I’ve made a New Year resolution to spend more time reading comments on blogs, particularly the economic wonk type of blogs. Here’s a couple of examples of maybe getting better thought or at least more clarity of thought from commenters (is it commenters or commentators?). On Saturday, Marginal Revolution had a post based on a […]

JournoList: Overblown Scandal And Sad Commentary

Still nursing a very sore right paw (hand), so blogging has been pretty close to impossible. Some new meds appear to be working, thus I’ll take a chance I can ┬ábang out a few posts without doing further damage. Let’s start with the now infamous JournoList tempest. If you’ve missed this one, it’s about a […]