Brian Fuller's blog on the media, marketing and content creation

Time well spent?

One in every 4.5 minutes spent online is spent in a social network or in a blog, according to a study released yesterday by Nielsen. That’s engagement. It’s too bad that’s not translating into the engineering B:B space. Semiconductor and EDA companies have invested millions in the past 5-10 years not only revamping their Web […]

The Great (Print-Online) Debate (Cage Match Edition)

In one corner, John Donovan, the crafty veteran (he of low-powerdesign.com), sat eyeing his opponent, rubbing his Everlast gloves together in anticipation; in the other, another crafty veteran, John Reardon, Donovan’s ex-boss at RTC Group, glared, as he shuffled his laced-up, ankle-high shoes on the canvas. In between them sat a third veteran, Rick Jamison, […]

The rewiring of our brains

Are our brains going haywire? There’s been a lot of buzz about the latest weigh-in on the gadget-addiction theme: The New York Times’ piece Sunday Hooked on Gadgets, Paying a Mental Price. Scientists say juggling e-mail, phone calls and other incoming information can change how people think and behave. They say our ability to focus […]

Saint Steven frets about blogger nation

Steve Jobs could belch and get national play. He did so this week at All Things D, where he said he doesn’t want to see us descend into a nation of bloggers. We must do everything in our power to find ways The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, etc. can continue to get […]

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