Adventures in Paywalls: The ‘Longshot’ Magazine Nagwall: The Awl’s take on the Longshot “nagwall,” which is sort of a combination of a “sharewall” and “nudgeware” and… Well, call it what you want, but I haven’t seen it yet, after skimming 4 or 5 stories, which is nice. In other news, Longshot is excellent, and you should read it, buy it, and help fund the next issue.
Rupert Murdoch, The Master Mogul of Fleet Street—Vanity Fair’s Latest E-Book: A wise approach to turning your archives into a revenue source beyond what SEO and topic pages bring. Package your best stories about a given topic as an e-book, a Kindle Single, a PDF download, with a short design cycle and potentially, a big return on a small investment.
The editors of n+1 are looking to raise $75,000 to put their print-only archives online. Anyone game?
Social Media & Communications Intern – Mother Jones: This internship is part of the Ben Bagdikian fellowship program. You’ve read his books, right? Go for it.
Magazine articles, summarized, aggregated, rated, linked. A little NYT-heavy at the moment, but the more users, the more diverse it should get. via Rex.
Another ‘magazine layout’ wordpress theme, but it’s still quite bloggy feeling.
Okay, this is officially the best new media blog subscription I picked up from the comments on the 10 Obvious Things post. Great ideas here, great directions to take a newspaper.
Want to make it in the magazine world? Write a gossip blog. Coen goes the way of several other jumpers who have gone from the blogosphere to Giant Print Media Conglomerates.
Cool science magazine.