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This Vertical Life: The Media Models I Admire

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Verticals have a particular attraction for me, which may have something to do with my general obsessiveness. Picking a topic you’re willing to spend a good number of years in, going deep into it with everything you have, and build the largest and most influential voice in it, that is what I…

Great sites to monitor

Posted on Sunday, September 28th 2014

Reblogged from rafat.org

Highlights of Online News Association Conference #ONA14

Here’s a collections of the best summaries, slides and notes from the 2014 ONA conference.

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Posted on Saturday, September 27th 2014

Apple’s Innovation Secret: Bad Ideas!

In the history of bad ideas, becoming a pirate ranks near the top. Pirates rarely die old, and hardly go quietly. Blackbeard, perhaps the most famous Caribbean marauder of the 18th century, died of five gun wounds, 20 sword cuts, and a severed head, which ended up on the bowsprit of the boat that took him out.
And yet, Steve Jobs, the famously innovative founder of Apple, said, “It’s better to be a pirate than join the navy.”
Knowing the man—and the company he built—counter-intuitive statements like this come as no surprise. He’s known for zigging when the rest of the world zags… Here’s how the company does and has leveraged seemingly “bad ideas” to spur success.

Apple’s Innovation Secret: Bad Ideas!

In the history of bad ideas, becoming a pirate ranks near the top. Pirates rarely die old, and hardly go quietly. Blackbeard, perhaps the most famous Caribbean marauder of the 18th century, died of five gun wounds, 20 sword cuts, and a severed head, which ended up on the bowsprit of the boat that took him out.

And yet, Steve Jobs, the famously innovative founder of Apple, said, “It’s better to be a pirate than join the navy.”

Knowing the man—and the company he built—counter-intuitive statements like this come as no surprise. He’s known for zigging when the rest of the world zags… Here’s how the company does and has leveraged seemingly “bad ideas” to spur success.

Posted on Tuesday, September 23rd 2014

paleymediacouncil:

Quote of the Day: Animal Politico Founder and President Daniel Eilemberg crushes the myth of objectivity in journalism at the Media Council last year.
Full video of the Next Big Thing in Hispanic Media can be viewed here. 

paleymediacouncil:

Quote of the Day: Animal Politico Founder and President Daniel Eilemberg crushes the myth of objectivity in journalism at the Media Council last year.

Full video of the Next Big Thing in Hispanic Media can be viewed here

Posted on Tuesday, August 26th 2014

Reblogged from Paley Media Council