Daniel Bachhuber said: Stopping two Stanford students from selling a $5 RSS reader isn't going to save The Times.
Daniel Bachhuber said: It's not exactly an RSS reader but its simplicity can make for a much more enjoyable consumption experience.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Fascinating conversation between Adam Davidson and Ian Bremmer, the author of a new book titled "The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations?"
We will be augmenting our Sunday print edition with the @Publish2 News Exchange for the first time this weekend.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Dude sends two emails over a couple of weeks, AT&T's executive response staff threatens a cease and desist letter.
"The students who flunked were, to use a word the old folks favored, truly triflin'. They did not turn in work on time even though making deadlines is essential for a journalist. They missed classes. They did not keep up with current events. Their lack of mastery of the basics of English composition—spelling and grammar—was appalling. Their carelessness was breathtaking," White wrote.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Better discussion of the different edge cases. Existing iPhone 3G customers will even be able to keep unlimited data if they stick with the same plan when upgrading.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Newspaper spending on a terminal decline, internet spending going steadily up.
That is the most bullish signal about investing in the Internet that I have seen this year. If you include audio over the Internet (what radio becomes) and video over the Internet (what TV and cable become) in the Internet line, then I bet Internet will someday be over two-thirds of the ad spend.