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9 edition of Starving to death on $200 million found in the catalog.

Starving to death on $200 million

the short, absurd life of The industry standard

by James Ledbetter

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Public Affairs in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industry standard (San Francisco, Calif.) -- History.,
  • Internet industry -- Periodicals -- Publishing -- United States -- History.,
  • Business -- Periodicals -- Publishing -- United States -- History.,
  • Business failures -- United States -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStarving to death on two hundred million dollars a year.
    StatementJames Ledbetter.
    GenreCase studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9696.8.A1 I5335 2003
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Paginationxii, 291 p. ;
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18181362M
    ISBN 101586481290
    LC Control Number2002031617

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Starving to death on $ million Another “not really a book review”–I can’t resist this time, because I liked the subject matter so much during its brief existence. To wit, The Industry Standard –a weekly magazine devoted to “the internet economy” that lasted about.

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Starving to Death on $ Million doesn’t nod toward myth, it sticks to The Industry Standard itself, and like the times it describes, it steers clear of history or grander meaning. Created in by the trade publishing group IDG and John Battelle, the youthful, charismatic managing editor of Wired in its early-nineties heyday, the Standard.

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Career Journalism. InLedbetter became editor-in-charge of Inhe joined online magazine Slate, where he oversaw the business news web site The Big Money. Prior to joining Slate, Ledbetter was ata financial news Web addition to Slate andhe also is a former senior editor of Time Magazine, The Industry Standard, and former staff.

STARVING TO DEATH ON $ MILLION. From Dot-Bombast to Dot-Bomb SHARE THIS ARTICLE The book's greatest strength--and the source of its drama--is the tension between The Standard and IDG. One of The Standard's writer/editors, James Ledbetter, published a book in about the magazine's rise and fall; entitled Starving to Death on $ Million: The Short, Absurd Life of The Industry Standard.

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