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Doc Searls Weblog 06/28/2019 03:17
This is wrong: Because I’m not blocking ads. I’m blocking tracking. In fact I welcome ads—especially ones that sponsor The Washington Post and other fine publishers. I’ll also be glad to subscribe to the Post once it stops trying to track me off their site. Same goes for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal […]
Doc Searls Weblog 04/04/2019 19:20
Where does public radio rock—or even rule? And why? To start answering those questions, I looked through Nielsen‘s radio station ratings, which are on the Radio Online site. I dug down through all the surveyed markets, from #1 (New York NY) through #269 (Las Cruces-Deming NM), and pulled out the top 31 markets for public […]
Doc Searls Weblog 03/26/2019 19:09
The Cluetrain Manifesto went online for the world on March 26, 1999. “People of Earth,” it began. Nothing modest about it. Chris Locke and David Weinberger both had newsletters with real subscriber bases (Entropy Gradient Reversals and JOHO, respectively). I had a good-size list of email correspondents, and so did Rick Levine. So we put the […]
Doc Searls Weblog 03/23/2019 15:42
GlobalWebIndex‘s Global Ad-Blocking Behavior report says 47% of us are blocking ads now. It also says, “As a younger and more engaged audience, ad-blockers also are much more likely to be paying subscribers and consumers. Ad-free premium services are especially attractive.” This is pretty close to Don Marti‘s long-standing claim that readers who protect their privacy are more valuable than readers who don’t. And now […]
Doc Searls Weblog 02/27/2019 08:35
The Spinner* (with the asterisk) is “a service that enables you to subconsciously influence a specific person, by controlling the content on the websites he or she usually visits.” Meaning you can hire The Spinner* to hack another person. It works like this: You pay The Spinner* $29. For example, to urge a friend to […]
Doc Searls Weblog 02/09/2019 10:32
I came up with that law in the last millennium and it applied until Chevy discontinued the Cavalier in 2005. Now it should say, “You’re going to get whatever they’ve got.” The difference is that every car rental agency in days of yore tended to get their cars from a single car maker, and now […]
Doc Searls Weblog 01/21/2019 14:18
This is a game for our time. I play it on New York and Boston subways, but you can play it anywhere everybody in a crowd is staring at their personal rectangle. I call it Rectangle Bingo. Here’s how you play. At the moment where everyone is staring down at their personal rectangle, you shoot […]
Doc Searls Weblog 01/09/2019 20:30
So I just read about “a 50th anniversary Woodstock celebration that would include TED-style talks.” Details here and here in the Gothamist. This celebration doesn’t have the Woodstock name, but it does have the place, now called the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Since the Woodstock name belongs to folks planning the other big Woodstock 50th birthday party, this […]
Doc Searls Weblog 01/06/2019 17:16
I want to point to three great posts. First is Larry Lessig‘s Podcasting and the Slow Democracy Movement. A pull quote: The architecture of the podcast is the precise antidote for the flaws of the present. It is deep where now is shallow. It is insulated from ads where now is completely vulnerable. It is a chance […]
Doc Searls Weblog 12/20/2018 21:44
So yesterday evening, not long after sundown, we drove out to our usual spot in the countryside west of Santa Barbara to watch a big launch of a big rocket — NROL-71 — from Vandenberg Air Force Base. The launch had been scrubbed three times already, the last one only seven seconds from ignition. Just […]
Doc Searls Weblog 12/16/2018 18:54
In search, Google has a 90%+ share worldwide. But I’m not sure that makes it a monopoly, as long as it has real competition. With Bing is does. For example, recently I wanted to find a post Andrew Orlowski wrote for The Register in the early 00s. I remembered that it was about The Cluetrain Manifesto (which […]
Doc Searls Weblog 11/17/2018 09:23
The original pioneer in space-based telephony isn’t @ElonMusk (though he deserves enormous credit for his work in the field, the latest example of which is SpaceX‘s 7,518-satellite Starlink network, and which has been making news lately) It’s the people behind the Iridium satellite constellation, the most driven and notorious of which was Ed Staiano.
Doc Searls Weblog 11/15/2018 22:29
I had a bunch of errands to run today, but also a lot of calls. When I got up from my desk around 4pm with plans to head out in the car, I found five inches of snow already on the apartment deck. Another five would come after that. So I decided to walk down […]
Doc Searls Weblog 10/24/2018 11:15
In Refinery29 Lays Off 10% of Staff as 2018 Revenue Comes Up Short, by Todd Spangler, Variety reports, Digital media company Refinery29, facing a 5% revenue shortfall for the year, is cutting 10% of its workforce, or about 40 employees.Digital media company Refinery29, facing a 5% revenue shortfall for the year, is cutting 10% of its workforce, or [...]
Doc Searls Weblog 10/19/2018 15:10
So I’m taking live notes—or maybe trying to—at Blockchain in Journalism: Promise and Practice, happening at the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, at the Columbia School of Journalism, to name the three Russian dolls of this thing. In advance of this gathering, Linux Journal, which I serve as editor-in-chief, but can’t (by design) use as a […]

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