Web trends movers and shakers

Tracking the illusive web trend leads us down assorted paths in this issue ... Why a Lack of Web ad Standards Hurts Us Online? Why No One is Linking to You ... and at last, Yahoo Publishes a Web content style guide July 30, 2010

Social Network Remorse?

59% of iPhone users have posted something online they regretted ... 32% of all people surveyed say they've posted something online they regretted July 28, 2010

Publishing, Content and Media

Is printing dead? Do you buy printing -- or broker printing for clients? This 60-Second Window kicks off August with a look at printing, publishing, media and the continuing art of putting ink on paper July 28, 2010

Privacy First Initiative

The Privacy First Initiative has been established, now aimed at increasing consumer privacy standards in mobile application data collection and targeting. July 27, 2010

Apps They Might Have Used

For the 4th of July, let's have a little fun and think about our revolutionary founding fathers and what apps they might have used! A little fun sent in by Jennifer Jacobson of Retrevo June 29, 2010

Publishing content and news

This 60-Second Window takes us past the State of the News Media 2010, wondering if the iPad will really change the publishing landscape, and seeing online providers trying outsourced journalism. Links and references that you should read ... June 26, 2010

3D TV Pops, Not Much to Watch

There's been a lot of hype surrounding the launch of 3D TV, but is the new technology worth buying right away? Could this mean a whole new genre of jobs for visual arts professionals? Guess we'll see ... June 22, 2010

Web trends: content and readers

The future of content navigation? What do most online readers do, and want? Can you remove bad press online? Does Google really organize relevance from the noise? These and others covered in this edition June 19, 2010

Another publishing revolution?

From all indications of social networking, cloud computing, and hand-held devices like the iPhone and iPad, we may be facing yet another publishing revolution. I watched as desktop publishing took over, let's see where we're going today May 28, 2010

#211: Rush does it again

Thursday, I got a phone call from a reader who remembered an old 2003 article of mine in 60-Second Windows. The near frantic voice on the line said "Fred, you've got to turn on the radio right now ... " and once again Rush Limbaugh proves a theory about the internet. April 24, 2010