Readwrite

ReadWrite (originally ReadWriteWeb or RWW) is a Web technology blog launched in 2003. RW covers Web 2.0 and Web technology in general, and provides industry news, reviews, and analysis. Founded by Richard MacManus, Technorati ranked ReadWriteWeb at number 12 in its list of top 100 blogs worldwide, as of October 9, 2010. RW was ranked #10 in the Techmeme leaderboards as of October 9, 2010. MacManus is based in Lower Hutt, New Zealand, but the officers and writers of RW work from diverse locations, including Portland, Oregon. Around September or October 2008, the New York Times technology section began syndicating RW content online.
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  • Are We On The Brink Of a Post-App Era?

    … for that? One of the big developments in the field is the replacement or significant modification of the operating systems on phones. Cyanogen Inc. is the developer behind CyanogenMod, an open-source operating system for smartphones and tablet computers, based on the Android mobile platform. During a demo of their new project called MOD with ReadWrite…

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  • David Carr on the state of media: ‘The consumer is making out really well’

    … to the Facebook guys. They seemed very serious and sincere in wanting to work with publishers, but so did [Google chairman] Eric Schmidt. I think a lot of publishers don’t have any idea how much traffic is coming from Facebook. The hopeful thing is that when you talk to the Facebook dudes, they seem deadly sincere about actual dialogue. They don’t brush…

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  • Say Media’s post content plan: Sell a CMS

    … Say Media the media company may be dying, but Say Media the tech company lives on. Last week, Say Media confirmed it planned to sell off its publishing brands including ReadWrite and XoJane in favor of a business model that centers on Tempest, its publisher-focused CMS, as well as its ad network business. That effort is picking up steam. Say…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digidayin Content- 27 readers -
  • Platishers, beware: Say Media gives up on publishing

    … started in 2005 when Sanchez and two software pals started VideoEgg, an ad network that sold engagement-based ad products. They bought blog-hosting company Six Apart in 2010 and renamed the company Say Media, with the plan to become a content company by collecting passionate voices from around the Web. Recognizing that the future lay in branded…

    Lucia Moses/ Digidayin Social- 57 readers -
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