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Oh, That Fickle Internet

by: Nancy Baym

The New York Times has an article about shifting goals for musicians playing SXSW which, for reasons that aren’t quite clear, uses most of its words addressing the role of the internet. They begin by affirming the importance of blogs, but shift quickly to the “the internet is fickle” meme that was fairly common  a year or two ago. They focus in particular on the band Crocodiles:

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Maybe the Meltdown's a Guy Thing

by: Scott Goodson

This is a great article from today's NY Times and a fun read if you have a moment. I knew testosterone was powerful, but I never thought that the presence of cortisol could change the world so dramatically. Yikes! Perhaps it can.

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Subconscious Warm up: How Brands Have an Effect on Your Behavior

by: Scott Goodson

If you ask Rob Walker (who writes about consumer culture for the New York Times Magazine), about the influence of brands on you and culture, he will barely blink an eye before responding: "subconscious behavior."

Here is his article from this weekend's NY Times Magazine. Wonderful reading if you're into cultural movements. Here is the link to the NY Times.

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New York Times Becomes More Social

by: Matt Rhodes

The New York Times launched a beta version of TimesPeople over the weekend. It’s their first step at adding a social layer onto their site - a recommendations service and mini-social network. It’s works rather simply:

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NY Times on Rapid Prototyping

by: Ilya Vedrashko 

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NY Times Cautious on Brain Fitness

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Newspapers Tweak Headlines for Search Engine Ranking

by: Ilya Vedrashko

Here's an older but very fun article from NY Times about how newspapers are now writing their headlines with search engines in mind.

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NY Times Tests E-Paper; Advertisers Interested

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