No one from Craigslist showed up in defense at a hearing where a judge ordered the free-classifieds site to reveal the identity of a seller (via Slashdot).
Catching up to two posts from mocoNews.net:
- Is mobile advertising the next big thing?: In the United States, at least, mobile ads remain hobbled by the persistence of multiple incompatible networks and technologies.
Perhaps local news media organizations should take a cue from General Motors' most radical attempts to change for the future.
Scott Karp delivers his characteristic high-grade analysis of that prospect, drawing from an article in The Atlantic that describes GM's Volt electric car project.
True. His advice:
"The publisher of a $5 billion European newspaper group called me yesterday asking me about innovative U.S. newspapers to visit.
'Sorry, but no one does things different or better that you,' I said.
'Go to Google.
Go to Pixar.
Go to Facebook.
Go to Apple.
Go to Microsoft.