Month: August 2014

Five good links

Print not dead etc. Here’s the 856 page September issue from Vogue. Image from Arem Duplessis. A stunning analysis from New York magazine of how Time Inc got into its current situation. So well reported you get the idea that they were in the room. And for the really keen, here’s Pando Daily’s analysis of […]

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My interview with Wyatt Mitchell, the Creative Director of The New Yorker

Wyatt is going to be speaking at Magfest 2014, the Scottish PPA’s eagerly awaited conference on September 5th. He’s The New Yorker‘s first ever Creative Director, as well as having a storied CV behind him, with roles at Wired, Vibe, Esquire, Oprah Magazine and TV Guide. Here’s an exclusive podcast interview I did with him […]

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Five good links

David Carr (above) : ‘I’m not so much a digital native as a digital casualty’ Great writing by @carr2n in The New York Times. If you’re really keen, here’s another, even better piece by him on what it is to be a journalist today. The New Yorker re-launches it’s website, claiming to bring all their […]

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