This week The Guardian’s G2 daily mag has been taken over by trainee journalists, promising insight into Generation Y.
NYTimes execs discuss their newspaper’s digital innovation over breakfast.
The word ‘publishing’, revived: ‘Basically, publishing now means print and digital.’
Michael Wolff on the career of super-editor (Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Talk, Newsweek…) Tina Brown.
SPD shortlists announced, with plenty of worthy but familiar names. Feels like our attempts at stirring things up a couple of years back have been sidelined. But congratulations to all, particularly Cat People and Wired Italia.
Mr Magazine notes how digital publishers are turning to print (Samir has a new free newsletter, sign up via the homepage).
‘The era of Facebook is an anomaly. The idea of everybody going to one site is just weird,’ danah boyd at SXSW.
Exact Editions are testing free access to mag apps at tomorrow’s Changing Media Summit. Interesting idea.
David Hepworth notes the changing first names of the publishing business.