Apple in its agreement with us which has not been disclosed in detail does allow for a variety of slightly higher prices.Murdoch dijo todo eso después de la visita secreta (sic) de Jobs a Nueva York, que traerá cola:
We're reliably informed that Jobs showed up for an iPad show and tell at the Times building, with newsroom staff present. The meeting was strictly off the record, though a person present indicated Jobs is preparing to gear up the iPad for magazines and newspapers, having put books first on his list of priorities. Magazines and newspapers got short shrift during Jobs' presentation to unveil the tablet computer last week.Y digo: será primero con Murdoch porque es quien más negocio tiene para ofrecer –libros y vídeo principalmente– y, sobre todo, quien puede movilizar en su estela al resto de la industria. Todos miran en esa dirección. Para bien o para mal, antes de que acabe este mes, algo pasará. Crucemos los dedos y que sea para bien del periodismo.
Jobs also visited the Journal, a source there confirmed, though that meetings sounds decidedly less open than the Times affair. We're told Jobs was confined to the third floor of the News Corp. building, where the cafeteria, gym and some conference rooms are, and that many Journal staffers who wanted to see him, including even some higher-ups, could not.