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Microsoft to Shutter MSDN Magazine After November Issue

Microsoft is pulling the plug on its developer-focused MSDN Magazine, the software giant has revealed, ending the monthly title's run—both in print and online—after nearly two decades. The November issue of MSDN will be its last, according to a brief announcement posted on the magazine's... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

[ Folio Magazine | 2019-08-06 18:15:00 UTC ]
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The dark lesson of a $24 million Amazon book

This is what happens when algorithms call the shots. I can still recall my surprise when a book by evolutionary biologist Peter Lawrence entitled The Making of a Fly came to be priced on Amazon at $23,698,655.93 (plus $3.99 shipping). While my colleagues around the world must have become rather... Continue reading at 'Fast Company'

[ Fast Company | 2019-03-12 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Hachette Book Group Reorganizes Sales Staff

Hachette Book Group has announced a restructuring of its sales staff in the wake of its acquisition of Perseus. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2016-07-27 00:00:00 UTC ]
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How Conde Nast, New York Times, Hearst Are Adapting for Real-Time Bidding

When Matt Prohaska joined The New York Times as its first-ever programmatic advertising director, he claims to have begun meetings by drawing blood from his arm. "I wanted to show everyone I was human," he said.There was no actual bloodshed. Mr. Prohaska, hired in April after running his own... Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

[ Advertising Age | 2013-11-18 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Condé Nast Primes Ars Technica for Its Big Moment

Ars Technica has many things, from an audience of nearly 8 million monthly uniques to an affluent, educated readership of engaged hard-core techies. What it hasn’t had—until now—is a dedicated advertising staff. Founded by Ken Fisher in 1998 and bought by Condé Nast for a reported $25 million... Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

[ AdWeek | 2012-03-05 00:00:00 UTC ]
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