Posts Tagged ‘new york times’

10 random online resources for Entrepreneurs (2010 version)

Mike | December 27th, 2010

Seeing as how it’s the end of another year, I thought I would take a shot at a 10 best list of my very own. But instead of focusing on just one category of thing, I am going to mix it up and make it about various resources any entrepreneur might benefit from. Tools, blogs, […]

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Great reads on small business and entrepreneurship

Mike | December 6th, 2010

The fragmentation of mass media comes with its own set of benefits and detriments.  So while there is more and more great content available to us, it gets more difficult to track down the best bits. Starting with this post, I am compiling some of the articles I most enjoyed, found most thought-provoking, or felt […]

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Think They’ll Give Me A Pulitzer Prize For Journalism?

Ross | December 11th, 2008

Why not? Two-thirds of Americans are dissatisfied with traditional journalism. Nearly half rely on the Internet as their primary source for news. Still, most people are not prepared to throw away traditional journalism.  The vast majority – 87% of people – think that professional journalism will continue to play an important role. Some traditional journalism […]

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