Good read from the Silicon Alley Insider here: "The New York Times, like all U.S. newspapers, will eventually
need to figure out how to make enough money from the Internet to make
up for its declining print business. Fair enough. But we think
technology-wise, at least, the Times is a lot further along than its peers…"
I am impressed with the NYT’s newly found openness and Web2.0-ness, too – and this could very well become a blueprint for other media, too… stay tuned – I am covering this in my new book "The End of Control" (eta late 2008).
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