Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
March 22, 2011
NY Fed

" data-share-img="" data-share="twitter,facebook,linkedin,reddit,google" data-share-count="true">

Interesting use of the Groupon strategy: offer a $50 coupon for a place where the average check is surely much lower — OpenTable

“If you don’t link to primary sources, I just don’t trust you” — Guardian

The NY Fed launches a blog. And immediately truncates its RSS feed — NY Fed

Wife Said No, Apple Said Yes — MacRumors

The video of my paidContent talk with Nick Denton is now online — paidContent

File under “improbable, but cute” — Atlantic

Om’s take on the AT&T merger with T-Mobile — “Everybody (Except AT&T) Loses — GigaOm

“If a Twitter feed or a blog carries the Reuters name, then the same standards of editing and sourcing apply” — Emirates 24/7

3 comments

Comments are closed.