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SEPTEMBER 6, 2011 [Books, Michael Arrington] Should Journalism Schools Rethink Magazines? (Or Even Journalism Itself?)
It used to be, for instance, that the wall between magazine publishing and book publishing was too high for most people to leap over. With easy options like Kindle Singles and E-books, though, that’s no longer true. Last week, Susan Currie Sivek wrote about how magazine programs within journalism schools are increasingly giving up on traditional magazines—or as she less cynically puts it, how they are teaching beyond the magazine. It’s the right direction for J schools to take.
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JUNE 23, 2009 [Books, Michael Arrington] Top Ten Things You Can Do To Get Blogged
Tech Gadgets Mobile Enterprise CrunchBase More Beta Invites Crunchies Elevator Pitches Gillmor Gang Podcasts TechCrunch50 TechCrunch Europe TechCrunch France TechCrunch Japan About Advertise Archives Company Index Contact CrunchCam Jobs Research Subscribe: Top Ten Things You Can Do To Get Blogged 67 Comments by Michael Arrington on September 8, 2005 Our primary goal here at TechCrunch is to profile new web 2.0
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JUNE 23, 2009 [Books, Michael Arrington] How to Suck Up to a Blogger
Blog Versus Book: How I Write My Blog Entries | Main | Irony » February 18, 2006 How to Suck Up to a Blogger Blogging has flipped traditional PR on its head. Why dont you publish your blog in a book?” “You I was vaguely uncomfortable reading it, and saw similar reaction from Michael Arrington and Om Malik. Om Malik and Michael Arrington disagree. Om Malik and Michael Arrington disagree.