Marketwatch reports that the New York Times is redesigning and expanding the Business Section, and will offer detailed and expanded coverage of blogs.
Does anyone else find this funny?
Nothing like using a distribution platform involving paper to make sure folks know the important goings-on in the digital world.
Why don’t they just license a feed from Rafat Ali and be done with it?
After this weekend’s Denton piece, I am convinced too many of the Times digital media writers are kids trying to compensate for taking such an uncool job–even tho it’s at one of the best papers in the world.
Related: John Leo of the NY Daily News discovers EPIC and finds the Googlezon good.

Marketwatch reports that the New York Times is redesigning and expanding the Business Section, and will offer detailed and expanded coverage of blogs.
Does anyone else find this funny?
Nothing like using a distribution platform involving paper to make sure folks know the important goings-on in the digital world.
Why don’t they just license a feed from Rafat Ali and be done with it?
After this weekend’s Denton piece, I am convinced too many of the Times digital media writers are kids trying to compensate for taking such an uncool job–even tho it’s at one of the best papers in the world.
Related: John Leo of the NY Daily News discovers EPIC and finds the Googlezon good.