Monday, August 04, 2003

Corollary: Magazine Me XXXIX

Harf! I didn't have to wait long. Ken Gordon's look at the business media scene in Boston ran recently in Folio magazine. Gordon considers the fate of former Boston-based magazines -- as well as the city's immediate media future. I said it best myself: "Inc. and Fast Company were anomalies. They were founded by Bostonians. Staffed by Bostonians. They were outliers, indicating that quality magazines could be located outside of New York." The same goes for the Bay Area, as Dan Fost tells it.

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