The Week’s Most Read Posts (7 – 13 Sep 2009)

  1. Enough with the paywalls, the micropayments and member clubs. This is the future of the newspaper. Possibly. [jonbernstein.wordpress.com]
  2. The 15 minute presentation from Google’s Maile Ohye offers some advice that you’re probably familiar with – and much you’re not. [jonbernstein.wordpress.com]
  3. Jon Snow and Krishnan Guru-Murthy jam with Mercury prize nominees Led Bib. [jonbernstein.wordpress.com]
  4. Disintermediation is just a posh way of cutting out the middle man, and the internet was meant to do this in spades. [jonbernstein.wordpress.com]
  5. ‘For me, the blog is at the core of everything I do, it is the bedrock of my output.’ [jonbernstein.wordpress.com]
  6. What price nine minutes and nine seconds over a month for average visiting time to the New York Post site Rupert Murdoch hopes to charge for? (Not much of a revenue stream at 19 seconds a day!) [jonbernstein.wordpress.com]
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