iPad-Mags: åbn op eller dø i glemsel

Tweet Flade oplags-tal sætter socialt handicappede iPad-magasiner stolen for døren. iPad-håbet fik en spand koldt vand i hovedet, da den amerikanske oplagskontrol, ABC, barslede med de seneste magasiner-på-iPad-salgstal kort før nytår. De var ikke gode. Nu bryder alle deres hoveder for at finde ud af hvorfor. Nogen siger prisen er for høj, andre at de[…]

Flipboard and Wired to me: We’re ready for Android (really?)

Tweet Flipboard and Wired are two of the most acclaimed and celebrated iPad-magazines. Both are, however, willing to embrace other platforms the minute they’re here. Or are they? “I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before we’re on other platforms” Mike McCue, CEO of Flipboard told me in an email correspondence, when I asked[…]

Specials: Wireds iPad-erfaringer. Eksklusivt interview med Chris Anderson

Tweet Få magasiner – for slet ikke at tale om aviser – har lavet så helhjertet en iPad-udgave som det amerikanske tech-magasin Wired. Forleden fangede jeg Chris Anderson, Wireds chefredaktør, på email og spurgte ham hvordan det er gået. Og fik svar som ikke før har været offentligt tilgængelige: Hvor mange eksemplarer sælger Wired af[…]

Wired to roll out new social networking layer to iPad magazine this year – takes tips from social iPad-magazine Flipboard

Tweet Before the end of the year a complete social networking layer is to be rolled out as a part of a new Wired magazine iPad-app, updating the app first introduced in May this year. So says Chris Anderson editor in chief at Wired magazine in an email-interview I had the chance to conduct with[…]

Wrap-up: The Danish Free Newspaper War in a “Free” perspective

Tweet This Tuesday Chris Anderson and I discussed his new book “Free” (scheduled for release in July). The book is about why and how the ever-declining costs of storage, bandwidth and processing power leads digital goods and services to a new modus operandi in which marginal costs of producing and selling are in effect zero.[…]