The University of Cambridge has just posted the complete works of Charles Darwin online. It’s a very interesting site, filled with more than just the text of his important works. From their site: “This site currently contains more than 50,000 searchable text pages and 40,000 […]

One more publisher has left his post, this time from the Toronto Star. The New York Times has reported that Michael Goldbloom, publisher of the Toronto Star, has left his post. No reason was given, but the story hints that declining profits may have led […]

Publishers from two large U.S. newspapers (Miami and Los Angeles) ended their jobs (fired/resigned) this week. The pubisher of the Miami Herald stepped down, “saying he had lost control of his newsrooms over a growing controversy involving payments from the Bush administration to some reporters,” […]

Has reading print on paper become more of an activity for the affluent? And if so, which came first – Did magazines chase this demographic? Or have the demands of niche publications cause publishers to create more magazines aimed at those with money? According to […]