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We’re literally no longer indexing text. We’re trying to associate data that exists on the web in all forms with the physical object that spawned it in the first place.
– Bing director Stefan Weitz, in an interview with Fast Company’s E.B. Boyd
Or why Tony Haile wants you to learn to stop worrying and love data–and pay up for a subscription to Newsbeat, his new analytics service.
After promising to deliver its take on Amazon’s Kindle for a couple of years, Plastic Logic is finally delivering: Here comes the Que, which the company promises is “more than an eReader.” It had better be: The first two versions of the gadget will cost $649 and $799.
On the same day Gawker Media’s Nick Denton makes a splash with dire pronouncements about the future of media, he is also doing some internal reshuffling: Right-hand man Noah Robischon is moving on to Mansueto Ventures, where he will oversee Web operations for what the company is calling “Fast Company Media.”