How do you re-architect a magazine like Forbes in a digital era? What’s the right content creation model to produce 22 issues a year? How should a print product relate to a Web site, or tablet apps, or other digital products? How do you approach print design in a digitally obsessed universe?
Big questions for sure. I had thought little about any of them during my eight years at AOL and two years as a Web entrepreneur. But just ten days into my new job here, Tim Forbes laid a little surprise on me: “Take a look at the magazine,” he said. “Now? I replied rather incredulously, already knee-deep into re-thinking Forbes.com.” “Yep, now,” Tim said with a bit of mischief in his smile.
Curated content view the original source with the image.
- Forbes Promotes CTO Michael Smith As Digital Head (paidcontent.org)
- Forbes Magazine’s Most Trusted Celebrities (popcrunch.com)
- Forbes Update: The impact of Graham, Assange and Thiel, from digital to print (blogs.forbes.com)
- Goodbye Forbes. Digital Dao’s New Home (blogs.forbes.com)
- A new forum at Forbes (trueslant.com)
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