Bill Keller, executive editorNew York Times executive editor Bill Keller does some tired stomping and finger-wagging from atop a his new pulpit this weekend with his second go as a columnist at Hugo Lindgren's redesigned New York Times Magazine. In this filing, to be published Sunday, Keller ... More >>
Likely emboldened by the recent uprising in Tunisia, which took down longstanding dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, thousands of Egyptians are protesting today in Cairo against a general lack of freedoms, and more specifically, the horrific murder of Khaled Said (warning: graphic image) by p ... More >>
Via NYC Capers.Have you heard of New York's infamous bar, Tom and Jerry's? It's on Houston and Elizabeth, right near the heart of NoHo, a stone's throw from the Bowery. At some point, everyone who works in media, social media, or "cool kids club" tech start-ups in New York City decided to pop ... More >>
Via his Twitter, one-third of New York Observer's Media Mob, the very talented Felix Gillette, will be leaving the Observer for the incredibly shiny Bloomberg BusinessWeek, where he will get to work in a "literally awesome" office. The Observer will definitely feel this one. Besides the fact ... More >>
Yesterday, we took note of an AdAge article by Edmund Lee, and a fun kicker that was seemingly buried at the bottom: revered former New York Observer editor Peter Kaplan taking revered tech pundit Jeff Jarvis to task. And now, Jarvis has fired back.
Every week, as the clock strikes midnight and Monday begins, New York magazine releases its new issue online. Because the April 26 issue is about the internet, I went to the corner magazine store and bought it, hours before it's available for free. For some reason, though counterintuitive, th ... More >>
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