(The explanation of "Catch-Up" is here.)
- Copyright & Righthaven, Digital Society, 4 Nov. 2010 (Blog). Enforcement by bounty hunters.
- Property Rights in Content – Coming Soon to a Computer Near You, Digital Society, 23 Sept. 2010 (Blog). Content providers are coming to the conclusion that they must pull back from the open web, making content available only to those who pony up.
- Google Thoughts on the News Business: Of Cups Half Full & Half Empty, Digital Society, 26 July 2010 (Blog). GOOG’s comments to the FTC on the future of journalism.
- What Google Can Learn From Microsoft, Digital Society, 21 July 2010 (Blog). How Microsoft’s Windows Principles are applicable to GOOG search.
- Business Models, Digital Society, 21 June 2010 (Blog). A new business model for content.
- JournoList as a Management Problem, J. V. DeLong, The American, July 21, 2010 (Blog).
- Polluting the Stream of Creativity, Digital Society, 19 July 2010 (Blog). Articles are being turned out that simply maximize the number of key words used.
- Papering over the Problem, Digital Society, 14 July 2010 (Blog). Ye good olde days of journalism were pretty bad, and the last thing we need is government subsidies to bring them back.
- Creative Content Needs Functioning Markets, Digital Society, 13 July 2010 (Blog). Never before have we had such total technological disruption of functioning markets, with a corresponding disruption of legal rules that were designed to fit the old technologies.
- Catching Flies, Digital Society, 7 July 2010 (Blog). Litigation over the hot news doctrine.
- Adding Value on the Internet, Digital Society, 8 June 2010 (Blog). Economist/columnist/blogger/ex-TreasuryGuyBruce Bartlett has started Bartlett’s Notations.
- Danger! Media at Work, Digital Society, 10 May 2010 (Blog). One problem (of many) with the media.
- The News Biz: Don’t Be Happy, Worry, Digital Society, 22 April 2010 (Blog). Eric Schmidt assures newspapers that they have a future and Google is their friend. I doubt both propositions.