It’s early October in New York which means that Advertising Week, which kicked off on Monday, is officially in full churn. This year, the organizers of the conference that attracts all stripes from publishing outfits to retailers to ad agencies may as well have slugged the event Ladies Week given the number of companies pitching to women.
Frequent users of the New York Times iPhone application likely have noticed that the app has been a bit buggy of late. The New York Times developed a nicely designed means to get the latest news on your smartphone — when you can update it that is.
With the Web 2.0 conference about to kick off in San Francisco, Internet start-ups are unveiling new products and tossing out crumbs of data about their businesses intended to illustrate how fast they’re growing.