: The NY Times announced changes to its business sections, including:
On Mondays, Business Day will focus on media and marketing news, with technology included as it relates to those industries. David Carr will write a column on new media; the world of blogs will be covered as a regular feature.
The value of free
: The LA Times has rescinded its irritating and obviously unsuccessful decision to charge for its online Calendar.
On MSNBC’s Connected
: I’ll be on MSNBC’s Connected shortly after 5p to talk about blaming the media messenger (or not) — or, I’d say, improving the media’s message — with Craig Crawford and Bill McGowan.
A Palestinian blogger
: Just starting. [Thanks, Paul Edwards]
: Arianna Huffington’s blog — half Drudge/Sploid, half celebrity bon mot catcher — is live. Star bloggers on the home page include Mike Nichols, Ellen DeGeneres (on horseback), John Cusack, Harry Shearer (who’ll eat the press), Michael Isikoff, David Frum, Julia Louis-Dreyfus & Brad Hall (together), and David Mamet (being most Mametty); more bloggers of lesser names appear on the blog within the blog (which has a lengthy blogroll upon which I’m pleased to appear).