Adobe senior business development manager Gary Cossimini had 35 minutes yesterday to show off his company’s New York Times reader at the Magazine Publishers of America technology conference, “The Technology of Magazine Content: From Augmented Reality to Tablets.”
The room was peppered with representatives from magazines, media companies and ad agencies. Some Read More
After taking home only two awards combined the last two years, New York magazine returned to the winner’s circle and won four Ellies last night at the 2010 National Magazine Awards.
“I wish I could do it without these things,” said Adam Moss, upon winning for the Personal Service award, referring to the semi-embarrassing exercise Read More
Bill Wasik, the man behind the flash mob and a senior editor at Harper’s Magazine, will be joining WIRED as a senior editor. He’s replacing Nick Thompson, who departs for The New Yorker.
Just in time for Fashion Week, Condé Nast Digital is bringing runway fashions into the living room. Content from Style.com, the online home of Vogue, including photo slideshows and behind-the-scenes videos of runway and parties, are now available on Boxee, the free, Read More
Who needs fancy Chief Innovation Officers (or their imaginary sons)? Wired‘s Clive Thompson just might’ve come up with the solution to all of the big media companies’ problems. As Mr. McGuire counseled young Benjamin Bradock in The Graduate, we have just one word—are you listening—for the Tribune Company, The New York Times Read More
The Atlantic‘s press reps just sent out a release announcing the hiring of Bob Cohn as editorial director of the 151-year-old magazine’s Web site. Mr. Cohn, most recently Executive Editor of Wired, will be filling the newly-created job in The Atlantic‘s Washington, D.C. offices.
In a statement, Atlantic editor James Read More
How do you outdo Hollywood’s master of mind-bending meta plots? If you’re Wired and you’re profiling Synecdoche, New York writer-director Charlie Kaufman, you create a blog that reveals the process of how the story was conceived, pitched, written, and edited. The profile and the blog are written by Jason Tanz. (This Read More
Let’s say you’re a magazine editor and you need to illustrate a special issue about office life: What do you do for art? If you’re the editor of Businessweek and you’re compiling a special Business @ Work issue in collaboration with readers (a first, according to the magazine’s Web site), you just do Read More
As part of its 15th anniversary celebration, Wired has posted a few videos and articles in which its founders look back at what they got right and wrong in the early days of the magazine.
One of the videos features the magazine’s former executive editor, Kevin Kelly, whom The Read More
In an effort to discover just how much fashion has changed over the last decade, we stumbled across this Charlie Rose interview with Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. It was conducted in September of 1995, which gives it a kind of fascinating edge. Ms. Wintour also comes across as rather endearing, which is sort of Read More