My Apple Tablet, iPad or iSlate Questions For Tomorrow

Whatever Apple decides to call its tablet computer that will presumably be announced by this time tomorrow, I’m going to be all ears. As someone who writes, reports on, and manages content for a living, I am all for any invention that invigorates media and provides money-oriented systems by which more work and a healthier … Read moreMy Apple Tablet, iPad or iSlate Questions For Tomorrow

2 questions to kick off the week: June 29, 2009

• Can Longbox really stimulate the secondary market for comics? Rich Johnston’s Twinterview with Longbox founder Rantz Hoseley was one of the more interesting industry-related reads I had last week. Everyone in pamphlet comics has obviously been twitching for a smooth, accessibly platform to sell their content on and magically keep revenue up while losing … Read more2 questions to kick off the week: June 29, 2009

Questions for the Week: 4/20/2009

I’ve been linking like mad the last week on Twitter and Facebook, so it seemed high time to do another rundown. • Why are there still intelligent people out there laughing at brilliant webcomics creators’ self-publishing and distribution models? Over at The Beat, one my regular quadro-daily blog stops, there was a comment thread flowing … Read moreQuestions for the Week: 4/20/2009

8 unanswered ‘Battlestar Galactica’ questions

***Warning: There are lot of spoilers here that you should not read if you do not want to know what does/doesn’t happen in the final episode of Battlestar Galactica*** This may have been the best unfulfilling ending to a great television series I’ve ever seen. The first hour and a half up through the climactic … Read more8 unanswered ‘Battlestar Galactica’ questions