They look like the bastard offspring of a crossword puzzle and a crop circle. QR codes, also known as “quick response” or “quick read” codes, are often seen lingering on the corner of magazine ads, clothing tags or band fliers … Read on.
?Cut the cord? has become the rallying cry for those interested in abandoning cable television in favor of streaming online video to their phones, tablets, desktops and ??forsooth! ??televisions.
It?s an apt phrase, not merely for its echoes of severing … Read on.
Certain films are so singular in vision, so spectacular in their realization that they’re fundamentally immune to the disease of sequel-itis, or its often more virulent form, prequel-itis. Among those in this rarified canon are Citizen Kane (of course), Casablanca … Read on.
A ringing cake. Sure, it reads like a lost lyric from ?MacArthur Park? but it?s actually a key moment in the history of media, marketing and perhaps even marzipan.
As recounted by Wired Magazine contributing editor Frank Rose in his … Read on.
For a media magnate whose empire first began to bubble in vats of newspaper ink, one might think launching the first of its kind iPad-only newspaper app would not be in their best interests. Unless, of course, the magnate is … Read on.