ENTRIES TAGGED "scarcity"

IPv6 day and the state of the edge

IPv6 day and the state of the edge

IP address scarcity added to the gravitational force of centralization.

Will IPv6 give us back an open Internet? Or has address scarcity already set the course for gravitational determinism and continued centralization?

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The Realities of Big Web Traffic and Advertising

Major news sites that rely on advertising as their primary revenue stream need to log hundreds of millions of page views per month to attract significant attention from advertisers, according to a new report from Lauren Rich Fine, research director of ContentNext. From Advertising Age: "Based on our research, the conversation [with advertisers] gets interesting at 200 million page views…

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The Inevitability of Newspapers' Downturn

In a post at Boing Boing, Clay Shirky takes issue with the newspaper industry's slow adaptation to digital and its propensity for playing the victim: I'd only arrived on the net in '93, a complete newbie, and most of my opinions about newspapers came from talking with Gordy Thompson of the NY Times and Brad Templeton of Clarinet. Instead,…

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Redefining Professional Content and Accepting Digital's Limitations

Scott Karp's 10 observations about the future of media inspired a few thoughts on the shifting definition of "professional" and the limitations of digital.

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What Cookbook Publishers Can Learn from the Music Industry

The maturation of music downloads offers a path for cookbook publishers.

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