More nanopublishing Stories

Something I’ve also written about earlier: the rise of the individual journalist-entrepreneur…NY Mag reports on the Weblogs, Inc and Gawke… Read more »

Watch out, the nanopublishing wars have begun…I’ll spare you the details, but read this… Read more »

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Tucows, the softwrae download and sales company, has bought out, a weblog tracking service. is a blogroll ma… Read more »

A very nice piece by the pioneering Mac newsletter TidBits, on its efforts to develop diverse revenue streams…my revenue sources mirror so… Read more »

Jason Calacanis offers an update on his nanopublishing venture Weblogs Inc. More than the details on his business, here’s what I like: “I Read more »

Here’s something for the nanopublishing geeks to get excited about…pMachine, the blog/CMS engine which I have praised publicly before, has… Read more »

Well, it seems, people don’t like change…overwhelmingly, my readers did not like the name change to ContentTimes. Me, all I like is change… Read more »

A radio interview of me by the Greenlee team at Web Talk Radio, where I talk in some detail about weblogs and journalism…(I have realized… Read more »

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Vin Crosbie rounds up more pioneers in the nanopulishing arena: interviews people like Hylton Joliffe of Corante; Steve Outing of Poynter; H… Read more »

A nice micro-essay by Om Malik….hey, didn’t know that Glenn Fleishman joined this new nano-venture called JIWire, which hopes to be all t… Read more »

Longtime MediaPost editor Masha Geller is joining MarketingWonk, the trade blog on online marketing…she’ll be the managing editor there. Read more »

(sub. req.): A short and nice story in the latest B2.0, on Six Apart, the parent company of Movable Type, the blogging software I use for th… Read more »

(large PDF file: 2.9 MB, 110 pages): Wanna BOD? Here’s a term I have just coined: blogging over dose…
Anyway, Nieman Foundation has publis… Read more »

MarketingWonk, the trade blog on online marketing, has introduced a monthly PDF compendium of its posts, which it is selling for $99 a year… Read more »

On the debate of whether there’s a business model to weblog publishing, Frank Barnako puts its like this: “My own take on the idea is that i… Read more »

Wired News reports on Weblogs Inc, the project headed by Brian Alvey and backed by Jason Calacanis (and about which you read here first, of… Read more »

Jeff Jarvis dissects the new company, Weblogs Inc, which , of course, you first heard here: “It’s essentially a weblog syndicate for b2b blo… Read more »

(WSJ story reprinted on WSJ gives a huge boost to RedPaper, an Adobe-backed project , and, both sites where users can se… Read more »

By his own estimate, [Matt Drudge] the former convenience-store clerk makes about $1.2 million a year, including revenue from his nationally… Read more »

An interesting story in New Yorker about the right-wing Drudge wannabes, so to speak: “ more fairly qualifies as something b… Read more »

Holy God, Economist writes on blogs….and they quote Tony Perkins, of all the people out there, which is a shame. If Perkins moves are revo… Read more »

Ben Hammersley reports on the writers and artists who are earning money through the internet with micropayments..talks about companies such… Read more »

Two interesting series of stories on the changing face of journalism…”participatory media” and “We Media: How audiences are shaping the fu… Read more »

The RedPaper is an experimental online information exchange that blends self-publishing with micropayments. An author’s success depends on h… Read more »

An interesting story about how two small operations are reporting on fantasy games and making a living selling those newsletters online…ex… Read more »

Microdoc News, which is an excellent site on nano-media issues (started with heavy Google focus and has now expanded and re-designed), has a… Read more »

A sweeping, trends post by Jo Ito on user-generated micro-content…”Microsoft will continue to dominate the desktop, but it will become les… Read more »

(via IWantMedia): Are pay-to-read (read nano media) sites the way of the future? BW looks at one-person examples like Christopher Allbritton… Read more »

(via Dan Gillmor): A profile of David Wallis, founder of, online syndication done right, unlike iSyndicate or ScreamingMedia… Read more »

Yeah, in other words, trying to earn a living, like anybody else…only independently. Read more »

A profile of, arguably one of the most influential arts news sites online…a nano-publishing venture of Douglas McLennan, a… Read more »

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