New York Magazine

Is the Vampire Weekend classified ad proof that print is approaching its retro-cool tipping point?

By Dan Eldridge
February 16, 2013 // 0 Comments

I about wet myself after opening up the February 18 issue of New York magazine, after which I immediately flipped to the often imitated (but never duplicated) Approval Matrix. There it was, right down in the furthest corner of the Brilliant/Lowbrow axis: Liberal-arts rockers Vampire Weekend show [...]

What we can learn from the troubles of Martha Stewart

By libertyc
November 13, 2012 // 1 Comment

I’ve seen reporting pretty much everywhere about the troubles facing Martha Stewart and her company these days. She’s laying off staff and folding magazines, she’s reporting a 17 percent decline in revenues and she’s taking for herself the lion’s share of her [...]

New York Magazine profiles Rupert Murdoch in depth

By libertyc
March 1, 2010 // 0 Comments

New York Magazine has a fascinating 8-page in-depth look at Rupert Murdoch, his recent feuds, and his family dynasty. The first half is devoted to Murdoch’s purchase of the Wall Street Journal and its subsequent transformation into a general-news paper with which to take on the New York Times. [...]

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