So, what's a product guy? I found this drawing, from a post titled, What, Exactly, is a Product Manager?, on a blogging site called MindTheProduct. I often say I used to be a journalist. That's because I'm now a product guy.
"We need to rethink every facet of the journalism model in light of the dramatic changes in the architecture of the news ecosystem." This is the quote from Richard Gingras, as first pointed out by my colleague Jon Mitchell last Friday.
The nation's shortage of in-depth local journalism can be lessened through collaborations between traditional media groups and nonprofit news organizations that pool their resources and expertise, media experts said Monday.
Memes are often seen as the lowest form of culture, which is true. But academics, advertisers and media folk have started to seriously examine lolcats and the like—and they're making tons of money doing it.
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