RIP Business 2.0

The NY Times reports that this is indeed the final call for Business 2.0, a fine magazine headed by my former teaching partner in NYC, Josh Quittner. It’s really too bad. As much as fine publications in the blogosphere have made monthly magazines a bit “old school,” there is still value in a thoughtful, monthly perspective on the industry.

I have the latest issue, which will be added to my box of former dot-com publications that I have toted around with me the last ten years. These include MacWeek, PC Week, Silicon Alley Reporter, Brill’s Content, The Industry Standard, Inside and Upside.

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  1. The primary app is the one on the left and it can do a few things that the secondary app can’t—it “owns” the status bar, can work with an external display, and can use as much as 75 percent of the display

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