domingo, 22 de febrero de 2009

Suma y sigue

Jeff Jarvis replica a Alan Mutter por tercero interpuesto. Dejo el enlace aquí para que sigan este debate. Y el resumen:

Alan and I disagree about one thing: the likelihood that newspapers will be able to charge for their content online when their information—news—is quickly commodified and when there is no end of free competition. Mind you, I’ve never said that charging for content is bad. If you can charge, mazel tov! My argument is instead that charging is unlikely to succeed and talk of it lately is another unfortunate example of news executives grasping at straws rather than building the future.