27 posts and columns on Time magazine
The Web called Zakaria out, and rightly so, for violating the basic tenets of his chosen professional realm. But he could just come over to the Web and do that all day every day and be basically fine as long as he posted pictures of his cat every once in a while.
– Michael Barthel, on Fareed Zakaria’s suspension from Time magazine for plagiarism
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Time Magazine’s first iPad app was a rush job. Here’s what it will look like, eventually.
Everyone knows that digital media are supposed to cost less than their physical counterparts. So what is Time Inc.–and every other media company that’s asking premium prices for iPad apps–thinking? The publisher explains.
Walter Isaacson has written big, popular biographies of some of history’s biggest names: Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, Henry Kissinger. Next up, apparently: Steve Jobs–with the cooperation of the Apple CEO.