The first thing to say about about Google’s new “online magazine” Think Quarterly is that it’s not a consumer magazine. It’s a marketing booklet sent to about 1,500 of its partners in the UK.
Google’s Think Quarterly magazine
The quarterly magazine is designed by creative agency The Church of London. It features no advertising and is free to view.
Yes, most of the content is produced by Google staffers – alongside contributions from the Guardian’s Simon Rogers, and others. But Google is no more a media company today than it was yesterday.
Update: Google nips any media notion in the bud. A spokesman says: “Like most companies we regularly communicate with our business customers via email newsletters, updates on our official blogs, and printed materials. This short book about data was sent to 1,500 of our UK partners and advertisers.
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