Managing Editor, E-Publishing, National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic
Managing Editor, E-Publishing, at National Geographic Traveler magazine. Beach lover. Cat caretaker. Figure skater. Opinions are my own.
itunes.apple.com — Description Explore the best of four of the world's most vibrant cities-London, Paris, Rome, and New York-with City Guides by National Geographic. Included free with each city are local tips, current weather, fun facts, and a selection of iconic photos.
emediavitals.com — Curation is becoming commonplace in the publishing world. GigaOm's Mathew Ingram has carved out a niche curating third-party content into coherent and insightful analysis about the media business, without much original interviewing. I'm using the practice more as well, including for this post.
forbes.com — The so-called first mover advantage is really only an advantage if you don't get too far out ahead of your customer. Founded in 2001, the digital magazines company Zinio was arguably a good eight years ahead of its time.
emediavitals.com — There are many reasons why media brands should consider adopting responsive web design, not the least of which is the ability to create a better experience for your audience across desktop, smartphone and tablet environments. Responsive design can also be a more cost-effective way for consumer and B2B publishers to make their content accessible on a variety of mobile devices.
paidcontent.org — If you're convinced this is the worst possible time to be a journalist, there's plenty of evidence to support you: just this week, there have been cutbacks at the New York Post and news of cuts at the venerable Village Voice, not to mention periodic bankruptcies and printing-press shutdowns.
wallblog.co.uk — Homogenous media is dead, and in the exciting new world of hyper-individual experiences, it's the consumer who sets the publishing agenda. The publishing landscape is now unrecognisable compared to how it was just five years ago.
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