Netly: The Third Screen


This blog is my attempt to get a handle on all things e-reader related. I’m especially interested in the proliferation of new devices—from multi-purpose iPhones to dedicated, Kindle-like e-readers—which are wirelessly linked to newsstands and other places to pay for content.  I’m joined by my colleague at Time Inc., Jane Lehman. —Josh Quittner, editor at large, Time Magazine

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Hi Josh,

Regarding your recent article about joojoo/magazine consortium, would you know who at the magazine consortium it would be appropriate to discuss this with?


P.S.: I know someone at joojoo who I might be able to interest in such a discussion

Josh – any interest in selling this domain?

Not really. It has sentimental value.

On Oct 31, 2012, at 6:33 PM, “Netly: The Third Screen”

I understand. I read it nearly every day back then. Good times. I loved the internet magazines back then, internet underground and others – but I always thought Netly News was the best.

Thanks! I always wanted to resurrect it some how, which is why I held onto the name. Get some of the old art resources to adorn a blog and dig up some of the writers, like Rob the Limo Guy and Walter Miller. It would be a nostalgia play, like one of those one-hit wonder bands now playing holiday inns somewhere in America.

On Nov 1, 2012, at 10:56 AM, “Netly: The Third Screen”

I dunno, Josh… Would the Beatles be as well received if they appeared as a young band now? I think they hit big because of the context of the time period. Same with this, it would probably be lost in the sea blogs and writings now. Back then, it stood out… However, with the state of the news today – and people losing all respect for the big names out there, it could be we are all waiting for something like this.

Yeah good points.

On Nov 1, 2012, at 8:13 PM, “Netly: The Third Screen”

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