Tagged ‘publishing’

Kickstarter, the crowd-funding website, has launched in the UK today, allowing UK-based entrepreneurs, artists, inventors and the like to upload products and source money in Her Majesty’s pounds sterling. Sounds good, but, well… Since it was already possible for us in the UK to post projects, will it actually help? Read more

Windows 8 has launched. It’s spilling across the world as you read this, fixing to stop PCs from being dull, and at the same time giving Microsoft a serious footing in the hitherto Apple-dominated tablet market. Thankfully, the publishing world is trying to help.

Are we finally about to see a real two-horse race? Read more

Big Issue! Big Issue! Big Issue?! No? Oh, well how about if you could read it online? The UK street stalwart is moving from print to digital after 21 years in circulation. And it’s doing it in quite an innovative way. Are you paying attention, print media? Read more

Republic Publishing’s Nigel Brown, magazine stalwart-turned online journalist and Managing Editor of Humans Invent, thinks that tablet magazines have already had their day. Is it time to concede that websites are the better all-rounders?
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Is print dying? It’s certainly on the shrink. While the two sides of that particular argument continue to shout at each other from across the room, something important is largely being forgotten: digital editorial is a whole new kettle of fish. But, has Time – one of the biggest publications in the world – just foreshadowed a new era for online publishing? Read more

Rupert Murdoch announced that he would be publishing an iPad only newspaper staffed by 100 journalists earlier in the week, and now Richard Branson has come out of the woodwork and squared up to Murdoch, announcing that he’s also after a piece of the iPad-only publication pie.

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