Users won’t pay for websites.
An excuse to collect some of my favourite music from video games. I just found them in an old text file from a couple years ago, 1 and realised, with great happiness, I can post them on This Is My Jam, which I love (because they do amaaaaazing stuff like the Jam Odyssey, which made me cry a little bit).
An image which incited a nation to revolution. And some images of an actual revolution, given to me by a friend.
A key point here is that the bulk of this traffic is additive – the FT is seeing high levels of traffic to its website during times when there was previously very little, simply because people now have a way of accessing it.
“We are not seeing a substitutional effect,” FT head of data Tom Betts tells TheMediaBriefing. “People reading across multiple devices increases their consumption, they read for more and longer.”The Media Briefing, How mobile has changed daily news consumption and why you need to understand it
- Managing the morgue
- Superfluous sales
- Product and service design
More about Summly and that Yahoo! acquisition (and the reasons behind it).