Wow. I love this new “social reader” from the Washington Post.
Don Graham, chairman of the Washington Post company (damn smart guy who has seen a TON in the publishing world) and I talk about this.
We talk about porn, too. “I wouldn’t use this app for that,” he says.
Really interesting insights into why these IDENTITY ENGINES are going to change everything.
And if you think that Google won’t do this I have a nice bridge to sell you in San Francisco (Google is working on a new reader like this code-named “Propeller.”)
You gotta be on Facebook to try this out! Join our Google+ discussion to share your thoughts on the direction traditional media companies should take to guide themselves into the future.
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Still need to figure out how to customize the feed. I’ll give it a whirl, though.
Oh now i see!) Thanks really helpfull!)
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Robert, your link to the Google+ discussion of this new Washington Post reader doesn’t point to the right place.
Sadly, I feel like we are heading that way. I’m already preparing myself for the time when books and newspapers will become obsolete. If the current traditional media can’t adapt to the changing times, they’ll probably lead themselves to closure.
Did Google really poach the lead designer out of Flipboard?
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