By the way, why are A-list Condé Nast magazines effectively invisible online? We’ve been trying to get a CondéNet potentatrix on the blower for months, but we should probably give up on that. A quickie overview article, with not all that many trenchant quotes (not even from Malcolm Gladwell), ran at Wired.
Note that failing to publish online is superior to publishing writers’ works online without permission, or with permission extorted via a contract that reads, in effect, “Sign this or you won’t get paid and we’ll never hire you again, either,” which, in case you aren’t aware, is the norm in the magazine business, and has triggered multiple lawsuits.
What were we saying about ranting and roaring?
Posted on 2000-10-03