Daniel Espinoza Mini Top 5

By: | Friday, March 19, 2010 //

Daniel Espinoza Top 5 Handrail ABDs

Daniel Espinoza has a mini top 5 up on tha tap. See his top 5 tricks that have already been done at this rail spot.

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  • mata

    , the problems and breesnoks is very visible right now, but the solutions are not.My own maxim runs like this: Whereever attention flows, money will follow. Attention is flowing away from paper and onto the web (and maybe e-ink). The money will follow. Dirtyadsalesman points out that it has not flowed yet. And that is true. Which is why Wired and other print magazines are in a pickle. It is clear as a whistle the tide has turned and will run out. But it has not gone yet. You can bet it will, but the only money you have to bet is old media money.If I had the horrible job of running the Wired ship right now, I don’t think I would mash the two sides together yet. I think the digital side is under-resourced and under utilized, but it is not Chris or Wired editors that need convincing of this. You may want to send a note to Sy.I expect that Wired magazine will be among the last print magazines to go because they exploit the merits of paper more than most magazines. I don’t expect the digital side to get better support until the industry as a whole does in other words until a lot of other sites begin to make real money. Then Conde will follow fast. The years in between as the tide shifts will be hairy and dicey and maybe even memorable.