‘The three stages of digital transformation’

Newspapers were among the first businesses to feel the full disruptive force of digital. But they aren’t unique. Best to to watch their struggle, and learn from them, whatever line of work you’re in. Adam Tinworth’s analysis over at Journalism.co.uk of how print publishing businesses is, then, interesting both for what it says about that sector, but…… Continue reading ‘The three stages of digital transformation’

More new and old media pairing

More from Writing on the Wall, by Tom Standage, on how old media is often – for a while – enhanced by the new,  rather than being replaced.  In England in the 1600s, newsletters were distributed about parliamentary and Royal news by mansucript subscription “news letters”. They literally began as letters, which were copied by…… Continue reading More new and old media pairing

API and they know it: Guardian distributes *everything* online

* Updated * I’ve also written about Best Buy setting its catalogue content free at the iCrossing Connect blog… Jeff Jarvis has an excellent post headed APIs: The New Distribution about The Guardian’s decision to distribute everything online. If you’re even slightly non-technical you may not know what an API is. Basically it’s a way…… Continue reading API and they know it: Guardian distributes *everything* online