Bill Doskoch: Media, BPS*, Film, Minutiae

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More on the closing of CBGB

Some final thoughts on CBGB’s closing (mainly from the NYT; my earlier post):

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'Idiosyncratic and Personal, PC Edges TV'

The NYT's David Carr reflects on how his Internet-equipped computer is taking up more of his personal time — time that used to be spent in front of the tube. Some excerpts: Last Wednesday, I was working late but left the office in time to watch the second episode of ABC’s “Lost.” But when I […]

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Corporations start adver … er, socially networking

As the kids tune out TV, corporations who want to sell to them are dipping their toes in the online social networking pools. An excerpt from the NYT story: To big-name marketers, the teeming mosh pits of social networking sites look like dangerous places for their precious brands. MySpace: Isn’t that full of dirty old […]

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