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Musings On "Streams" and the Future of Magazines

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I’ve run into a number of folks these past few days who read my piece last week: The State of Digital Media: Passion, Goat Rodeos, and Unicorn Exits…. Some of you have asked me to explain a bit more on the economic issues regarding media startups. I didn’t really go too deep...
Musings On "Streams" and the Future of Magazines

The Ingram 5: Media's top innovators

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As the media industry continues to undergo unprecedented disruption, thanks to the web and the democratization of distribution that it provides, everyone is searching for the secret to success. Does it come from controlling the platform, as Amazon and Apple do, or in being as open as possible and adapting to...
The Ingram 5: Media's top innovators

Amazon inks deal to sell e-books through other retailers

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Amazon Publishing's New York imprint deal with Ingram will allow competitors such as Apple and Barnes & Noble to offer Amazon titles. [Read more]...
Amazon inks deal to sell e-books through other retailers
The iPhone at 5: a GigaOM retrospective

Amazon New York signs e-book deal with distributor Ingram

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Amazon Publishing's New York arm has signed a deal with media vendor Ingram to distribute its ebooks through other sales venues. CoreSource, Ingram's digital distribution channel, will distribute the ebook rights to Barnes and Noble, Apple, and Kobo. Although e-books are "supplied" by Ingram, the choice remains with the vendor...
Amazon New York signs e-book deal with distributor Ingram

Vloggers' time to shine? Chris Pirillo's new event will bring YouTube stars together

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Judy Travis in a scene from a recent episode of her vlog. One morning last weekend, Judy Travis got out of bed, scooped up her five-month-old daughter and reflected on why she was upset with her husband, Benji, for leaving the room overnight to sleep downstairs while the baby was...
Vloggers' time to shine? Chris Pirillo's new event will bring YouTube stars together

Red Hat wants more competition

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Red Hat doesn’t really think it has a direct competitor – although CTO Brian Stevens certainly has something to say about comparisons between his company and Microsoft. Stevens was interviewed at Structure Europe 2012 by GigaOM senior writer Mathew Ingram, and the video can be watched below. Check out the rest...
Red Hat wants more competition

Ingram's Father Jailed An Additional Two years

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Ingram's Father Jailed An Additional Two years

The GigaOM Show: LinkedIn leans into news, Apple's dumb phone, YouTube Subscriptions

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It was a busy week in the tech world. In between rumors of billion dollar acquisitions, we plucked three interesting stories for you to sink your brain into this weekend. Mathew Ingram joins the show for a look at how LinkedIn is evolving into a media entity. Erica Ogg and...
The GigaOM Show: LinkedIn leans into news, Apple's dumb phone, YouTube Subscriptions
Behind the curtain: GigaOM on @ComfortablySmug and web vigilantes

Exclusive: Amazon NY to sell its ebooks through B&N, Kobo, other retailers

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Amazon’s New York-based imprint, headed by Larry Kirshbaum, has signed a deal with Ingram to distribute its ebooks to other retailers, paidContent has learned. The deal, through Ingram’s digital distribution arm CoreSource, will make Amazon New York titles available through other digital bookstores like Barnes & Noble Nook and Kobo....
Exclusive: Amazon NY to sell its ebooks through B&N, Kobo, other retailers

BITCOIN 101: A Beginner's Guide To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone's Obsessed With

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You've probably noticed people talking and tweeting endlessly about "Bitcoin" lately. The Economist finds it intriguing while GigaOM's Matthew Ingram points out several problems with it. It's even gotten the attention of economic heavyweight Paul Krugman, who has said it's like a reimplementation of the gold standard. So what the heck is it?What...
BITCOIN 101: A Beginner's Guide To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone's Obsessed With

Twitter expected to reach $1 billion in revenue by 2014

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Twitter is set to reach $1 billion in sales by 2014, significantly outpacing analyst predictions and demonstrating the company’s advertising viability, sources tell Bloomberg. The company earned $139.5 million in 2011, analysts say, which means if Bloomberg’s sources are correct, demand for advertising is taking off among companies looking to grow their...
Twitter expected to reach $1 billion in revenue by 2014

Attribution, Context And Herding Cats

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As editor of a site that was curating before curation was cool, I’ve helped set policy for attribution—link and credit unto others as you would like them to link and credit unto you. As a reporter and blogger, I’ve been done unto the wrong way and reaped the benefit...
Attribution, Context And Herding Cats
The Oatmeal sued over trademark by 'Oatmeal Studios'

RT @NurshaProject NP Founder Shalonda Ingram on Queer Art Impact Panel http://bit.ly/buFfwW

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RT @NurshaProject NP Founder Shalonda Ingram on Queer Art Impact Panel http://bit.ly/buFfwW

Twitter updates search function in line with in-app expansion

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Twitter is enhancing the service’s search function to allow for greater discovery of new content and information on the part of users, it announced in a blog post Friday. The idea is to provide them with auto-suggestions in the search bar that correlate with who users follow when they search...
Twitter updates search function in line with in-app expansion

65,000 tweets in 2 minutes: Twitter officially opens your archive

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The honchos at Twitter have made good on a longtime promise to let users tap into their tweets from long ago. In a blog post Wednesday morning, the company explained that users who go to the Settings tab will find instructions on how to download their archive. It appears to...
65,000 tweets in 2 minutes: Twitter officially opens your archive

The new private social networks: "We're trying to build the home"

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“If Facebook built the city and Twitter built the news network, we’re trying to build the home,” said Dave Morin, CEO of private social network Path, at a GigaOM Mobilize panel this morning. Morin told moderator and GigaOM senior writer Mathew Ingram that Path was surprised at first by the...
The new private social networks: "We're trying to build the home"

Tumblr updates its look on Android with a Path-esque launcher button

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Tumblr launched a fresh new look for its Android app on Monday, updating the navigation with a launcher button that pops out all of a user’s different options on mobile — making the app look a lot more like Path. Path has been noted for its design on mobile, and...
Tumblr updates its look on Android with a Path-esque launcher button

When can a book be digital-only, and when does it need to be print too?

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Book publishers are increasingly experimenting with digital-first and digital-only initiatives, where they publish a book only as an ebook and then publish a print edition later, or never. It’s a good way to take a chance on unknown authors, but it also means that a book is not available in...
When can a book be digital-only, and when does it need to be print too?

Pageview Pumping

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MG Siegler: But what interests me about all this is the underlying war going on between those playing the pageview game, and those that hate the pageview game. To put it another (simplified) way: the war between quality versus quantity. Siegler comes close to getting it, but falls short. Pageviews,...
Pageview Pumping

Does Open Conflict With Making Money?

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We had a good chat hanging around Zander's desk yesterday about this line from Matthew Ingram's post on his love/hate relationship with Twitter: Lastly, I hate that Twitter’s metamorphosis seems to reinforce the idea that being an open network — one that allows the easy distribution of content across different...
Does Open Conflict With Making Money?
In conversation with David Karp, CEO & Founder of Tumblr

Amazon Publishing inks deal with Ingram, opens e-book distribution to rivals

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Amazon Publishing is continuing to broaden its distribution channels, as the New York-based imprint has formed a partnership with Ingram Content Group that will make the company's e-books available to competitors such as Apple, Barnes & Noble and Kobo. As you may be aware, there's some uneasy tension between...
Amazon Publishing inks deal with Ingram, opens e-book distribution to rivals

WalmartLabs loses Kosmix founders

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Venky Harinarayan and Anand Rajaraman, co-founders of the social media startup Kosmix, have announced that they’re leaving WalmartLabs, where they led the San Bruno innovation and data arm of the massive public company. As reported by Forbes, the two had been with the retail giant for about a year. They...
WalmartLabs loses Kosmix founders
At 93, Newt Wallace is the oldest paperboy in the world

Byliner, Simon & Schuster strike print deals for a digital era

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Two separate announcements today reveal the interesting ways that print book deals are changing in an ebook world. The deals show print distribution is still important (print makes up 75 to 80 percent of trade book sales today) and that digital authors often find it easier to work with a...
Byliner, Simon & Schuster strike print deals for a digital era

Amazon acquires book-based social network Goodreads

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Amazon announced Thursday that it is acquiring Goodreads, the book-based social network founded by Otis Chandler in 2006. The purchase price was undisclosed. Goodreads, which is based in San Francisco and launched in 2007, has 16 million members. The site lets readers keep track of the books they’ve read and...
Amazon acquires book-based social network Goodreads

One-third of the Guardian's readers are American, with US traffic growing 37% last year

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The Guardian’s expansion into the United States is on track, editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger (see disclosure) said at the paidContent Live conference Wednesday. Rusbridger said that the Guardian’s global audience is about 40 million readers, according to comScore data, with one-third of them in the U.S., one-third in the U.K. and...
One-third of the Guardian's readers are American, with US traffic growing 37% last year
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