Month: July 2007

  • Can the console industry survive?

    There’s an article on the Washington Post today called “From Print to Web: The Washington Post goes Digital”. It’s a remarkable story in that it describes how one newspaper is remaining profitable in the Internet age, as many papers are struggling to stay afloat, merging into large conglomerates for cost-saving purposes, or folding altogether. It […]

  • The 100-year-old photo blog

    There are a handful of sites I drop in on randomly while waiting for a big compile to finish. One of the ones I’ve found most recently is Shorpy. The site features photos from times long past, and most of them are unbelievably clear and sharp. It makes me think – hey, those people 100 […]