Tag Archives: The Economist

Inspiration, not aggregation? [updated]

Alexander van Elsas posted an entry about problems faced by, and possible future of, content aggregation; summing up nicely the questions that I myself trying to answer (though without putting it all into the context of a model of public … Continue reading

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The future of newspapers

Here‘s a recent article from The Economist about difficulties traditional American newspapers have to face. In a nutshell: both circulation figures and advertising revenues continue to fall. Much of [the] decline is being blamed on the rise of the internet, … Continue reading

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