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FOLIO:’s 2006 Editorial Salary Survey


July 28, 2006

Now more than ever, editors have to wear many hats: One for print, one for e-media and one for event development. From the top of the editorial ladder down to middle management, 92 percent of editors surveyed have seen an increase in their involvement with online and print content as well as event development in the last year.

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Adventures in Virtual Publishing


June 30, 2006

Want to save a bundle? Eliminate the office. No more rent, utilities, cleaning services, commuting and parking problems. Of course, you will be losing some camaraderie and creative sessions over lunch or coffee in the conference room. But, after that, what's to lose?

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Font Fundamentals


June 30, 2006

Fonts, like rare stamps or coins, are fun to collect but easy to loose control of if you have lots of them. For both large and small publishers, font collections can easily run into the thousands. Carol DaSilva, IT business analyst at Rodale, outlines some fundamental, but critical, font management tips to bring an unruly collection back under control.

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The Blogs


June 30, 2006

A few words about the magazine-industry blogs. In this business, they're at once vital and even indispensable. But some are also dissatisfying for various reasons. Custom publisher Rex Hammock (rexblog.com) is a brilliant observer of the scene, and he's mastered the art of using links in a blog to deliver real value. Romemesko skews towards the newspaper industry.

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Face Up


June 30, 2006

Concept: Harper's May 2006 cover story was about the potential dangers surrounding the U.S. housing bubble. So art director Stacey D. Clarkson imagined that when the bubble burst, people would be trapped with their large mortgages.

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