Publishers earn their keep by (a) identifying properties that have the potential to reach a wide audience (b) enhancing those properties and (c) bringing those properties to the largest possible audience.
Marketing in the Stream: http://t.co/86GEezjF0y via @scholarlykitchn
@tmccormick @JosephJEsposito This one: http://t.co/BBr2dl3SlW
Marketing in the Stream: http://t.co/5lXhwJvUQp via @scholarlykitchn
@tmccormick @JosephJEsposito We also noticed this interesting work by @LauraKKerr: http://t.co/XNMENwqcSw
If you think SF's housing problem is due to Supply and Demand, shut your pie hole and read this: http://t.co/RkQmBpl6kp (yes you, @Gizmodo)
Great analysis of the Bay Area's housing supply problem by @timredmondsf http://t.co/UxwlABHUVm
OpenSpritz: A free speed reading bookmarklet inspired by Spritz http://t.co/gWpqs6kHam via @tonysheng http://t.co/11p1dFJwx8
A cogent rebuttal of the theory that SF can build its way out of the housing affordability crisis from @jacksonwest: http://t.co/E7eeKGbVEn
@FitzTheReporter as i read this piece and others like http://t.co/X8klOUJJYQ i see this dance around supply-demand question, which matters
Three teams going after Transbay Block 8. And Rem Koolhaas is the designer on one of them. http://t.co/LWXNYfaASo
Cities Mobilize to Help Those Threatened by Gentrification http://t.co/1D3lLmiBaT via @NYTimes @DrUrbanPolicy @astoks
The scale of this goal makes it clear its not enough - "$10 million over the next 60 days" http://t.co/W83Fqkx10M
Why a Ban on Oversized Vehicles Is A Misinformed Effort to Clear Riffraff http://t.co/OthXb2kFmV
There have been a flurry of new apps and services released recently that are aimed at giving users short hits on breaking news, from Jason Calacanis’s Inside app to Yahoo’s new Tech News app, which is based on its acquisition of algorithm-driven s...
The CEO of Circa says the app's quick updates give readers long form stories over time http://t.co/vQA3hTV82W