Best Book Design 2009 - Bronze Medal for Migropolis
On February 5 and 6, 2010, the international jury for the “Best Book Design from all over the World” competition met to judge the entries from around the world. 634 books from 32 countries were submitted to the jury for evaluation. Fourteen prizes were to be awarded: a “Golden Letter,” one gold medal, two silver medals, five bronzes, and five honorable mentions. The international awards ceremony took place on March 19, 2010.
A new experience in journalism, at multiple levels
The future of printed media has become a major political issue in countries like the United States or France, even being debated in ad-hoc committees set up by the legislative or the executive powers. Discussions along the Potomac or the Seine rivers have been focusing on the impact of Internet and new technologies, or on the need for state subsidies. PPF Media's project will be preparing new generations of journalists and not just showing new forms of getting and providing the news.
G. Brock on journalism, paywalls, and the future of news media
Times of crisis are also times of opportunity. Although journalism has been confronted with many disappointing news over the last couple of years, a new and successful business model may be around the corner and the magic bullet may lie in the many media experiments that journalists are engaging in today.
Embracing technology: how CNN and the NYT are fighting back
While the newspaper industry continues to struggle through an advertising downturn, closures, and mobile apps that threaten their traditional role, some traditional news outlets have realized that staying relevant has a lot to do with embracing technology, be it through a sophisticated R&D department or collaborations with the biggest tech players.
Penguin's iPad-formatted books shown off, making waves
Six Sigma and the Project Management Book of Knowledge
I believe this is the perfect article to start with this blog.
It's about a key subject of this blog: how to integrate the benefits of Six Sigma into Project management and vice versa.
The italian translation of it will be available soon.
Wired for iPad
LONG Beach, California — Wired Magazine Editor-in-Chief Chris Anderson announced at the Technology, Entertainment and Design conference on Friday that the publication would be releasing its content for the iPad by summer.