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Felix Salmon is leaving Reuters for the Fusion network because the future of media is “post text” — Tech News and Analysis
by Mathew Ingram

Financial and media blogger Felix Salmon says he is leaving Reuters to join Fusion, a cable channel co-owned by ABC and Univision, because the future of storytelling and communication is not in text but in video, animation and other digital experiments
appointments  start_ups  future  Communicating_&_Connecting  Mathew_Ingram  Reuters  storytelling  finance  digital_media  web_video  journalism  CATV  animation  Felix_Salmon  visual_culture 
april 2014 by jerryking
Head in the clouds - The Globe and Mail
Mathew Ingram
Globe and Mail Update
Published Thursday, May. 01, 2008
cloud_computing  Amazon  Google  Mathew_Ingram 
may 2012 by jerryking
Harry Potter and the amazing exploding book industry — Tech News and Analysis
Jun. 23, 2011 | Gigaom | By Mathew Ingram. Despite the
obvious demand, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has adamantly refused
to offer electronic versions of her phenomenally popular series for
young adults — until now. As part of Thursday’s launch of an interactive
website called Pottermore, the billionaire writer also announced that
e-book versions of the novels will be available directly through the
site for all major platforms. In one fell swoop, Rowling has cut both
her publishers and booksellers such as Amazon out of the picture. Not
everyone has that kind of power, of course, but Rowling’s move shows how
the playing field in publishing continues to be disrupted.
books  publishing  Harry_Potter  authors  DIY  disruption  Mathew_Ingram  Amazon  e-books  hits 
june 2011 by jerryking
Google Asserts Its Worth to the U.S. Economy
By Mathew Ingram May. 25, 2010 | GigaOM | Assessing economic impact
Freshbooks  Google  value_creation  Hal_Varian  economics  research  Mathew_Ingram 
may 2010 by jerryking - As one experiment ends, a new one begins for Policy Wiki
Jan. 27, 2009 G&M article by Mathew Ingram touting the
Public Policy Wiki, a G&M joint venture with the Dominion Institute.
Web_2.0  UFSC  social_networking  MBAs  public_policy  public_sector  Mathew_Ingram 
january 2009 by jerryking

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