Tagged: Wired magazine

Wired brings back "Found"

Wired brings back "Found"

Noah Davis of FishbowlNY reports that Wired magazine has brought back its popular “Found” feature on the back page after a two-month hiatus. Davis reports, “In July, Wired deputy editor Thomas Goetz told FishbowlNY...

Entrepreneur starts social network

Entrepreneur starts social network

Dylan Stableford of Folio writes that Entrepreneur magazine has started a social network called Entrepreneur Connect for its readers. Stableford writes, “The site purports to be a ‘business-to-business marketplace designed specifically for entrepreneurs.’ Sprint...

Wired untroubled by its paradoxes

Wired untroubled by its paradoxes

Irin Carmon of Women’s Wear Daily writes about Wired magazine‘s unique success as it celebrated its 15th anniversary last week. Carmon writes, “Fifteen years in, Wired seems relatively untroubled by its paradoxes. The magazine purports to...

Wired magazine makes the transition

Wired magazine makes the transition

David Carr of the New York Times writes Monday about Wired magazine, which he says has successfully made the transition from a tech magazine to more of a general interest business publication. Carr writes,...

How Wired wants to blow readers' minds

How Wired wants to blow readers' minds

Marketwatch media columnist Jon Friedman writes Wednesday about Wired magazine and editor Chris Anderson‘s penchant for producing tech stories that are unexpected. Friedman writes, “Wired sees technology as encompassing every subject, which enables the...

Wired plans to issue Internet style guide

Wired plans to issue Internet style guide

Marketwatch media columnist Jon Friedman writes Wednesday that Wired magazine plans to introduce a new stylebook that would put the AP stylebook and others back in the 20th century. Friedman writes, “The updated stylebook...