Posts Tagged ‘print media’

Make it easy to find good reading

89 x served & 16 x viewed­When in Mad­rid, I spot­ted a lib­rary for mod­ern com­mut­ing people. I won­der if any­thing like this may be found in oth­er city met­ros? Maybe there is one in Stock­holm, even though I’ve nev­er seen that…

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iPad and Kindle Reading Speeds

Reading on the beach

88 x served & 28 x viewed­In one of his What­They­Think Videos, Frank Romano aler­ted me on an inter­est­ing study on the usab­il­ity of eBooks. The ori­gin­al art­icle was from Jakob Nielsen’s Alert­box, July 2, 2010.  It was a fairly small study com­pris­ing only 24 people. Each per­son was tried on four read­ing con­di­tions: a prin­ted book, a PC, an […]

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Print is Eternal — or…

107 x served & 8 x viewedThe fol­low­ing is the first few lines in a hil­ari­ous dis­cus­sion between more or less extinct media types. Mod­er­at­or: Wel­come to Obsol­ete Anonym­ous! I’ve gathered you all here to wel­come our latest mem­ber, the Print Industry. Print Industry: Hello, every­one. But there’s been a...

Victory of “Dead-Tree” Communication

82 x served & 11 x viewedAccord­ing to a recent report in Knowledge@Wharton, mar­ket­ing in print is so much more effect­ive than in digit­al media. Actu­ally, it is the print that drives the traffic to the web sites! The find­ings were sup­por­ted by sev­er­al com­ments to the art­icle. The report was...

Digital media are overrated!

77 x served & 29 x viewedAn IT research­er at the Hel­sinki Insti­tute for Inform­a­tion Tech­no­logy (HIIT) told me that the digit­al media as web and e-mail are over­rated. Paper and print ar often super­i­or. But we are lack­ing (simple) tools to cre­ate prin­ted products (user-gen­er­ated print media). Unfor­tu­nately, there...