AOL aspires to be a 1990s publishing powerhouse; arms dealer

January 6, 2011

Tim Armstrong AOL

Tech nerds and gadget geeks over the age of 35 should have no trouble recalling the company Ziff Davis – a former publishing powerhouse home to such magazines as Computer World, PC Week and Red Herring. Ziff’s glory days were in the 1980s and 1990s and it scaled dizzying heights as its magazines groaned under the strain of advertising. Media observers would weigh issues of say Computer World for sport not unlikeĀ putting theĀ September issue of fashion mags on the scales.

Palm teases Pre with Jimmy Fallon

March 10, 2009

Call it a case of doing more with less. Or maybe, how Palm advertises a product without, you know, paying for advertising.