The NYT's Paywall Is a Success Even Though We're Not Using It?

We all thought the New York Times' paywall was a bit harebrained when we first heard about it. But a surprising (and profitable) side effect of it has been an uptick in print subscriptions since it went into effect. It makes sense if you think about it, since you're no longer paying for something you can get for free… »6/08/11 3:46pm6/08/11 3:46pm

17,000 Square Foot LED Billboard Flipped On at 1 Times Square, Wraps Around Entire Building

When we first wrote about this comically huge Walgreens LED sign »11/21/08 7:34am11/21/08 7:34am — the largest of its kind in the world — construction was just getting under way. That was May, and now they're done. D3 LED, the firm behind the sign, finally turned on this 17,000 square foot, 340ft tall, three-sided tribute to technical and commercial…

Media Watch: Bogus Trendspotting from the NYT on Vista Launch

Today the Times is running an article with a now familiar trope: the Vista launch was a solid "meh," rather than an exuberant "wow." This kind of piece was fine before the launch when they said there was no hype. It was fine the day after the launch, when they said there were no lines. A week later, surely they have… »2/05/07 8:30am2/05/07 8:30am