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The Economist Meets the iPad

The Economist debuted their iPad app this week--a weekly version of their print pub along with an audio edition so users can "listen to every article, read by professional newscasters, with easy switching between reading and listening."Print subscribers will receive... MORE

Paper to Pixels v2: Lessons from Last Night

In what is hopefully the first of many events dedicated to the new world of the iPad and other tablets, Joe Zeff, D.W. Pine, Neil Jamieson, Michael Lawton and Peter Herbert shared their lessons learned in this new frontier.A few thoughts... MORE

Paper to Pixels v2: Favorite Apps

In advance of our first speaker series event dedicated to the iPad, we've asked our expert panel to submit their favorite apps. Here's a look at their fave design, news, and photo apps:Design AppsFlipboard It's an interesting idea: taking web content... MORE

Paper to Pixels v2: Meet the Panel

Coming up on Wednesday, September 22 at the Helen Mills Theater: Paper to Pixel v2: iPad Apps. Meet our panel and get your tickets now (after the jump)--they're going fast.Neil Jamieson, PeopleWhen your brand generates a billion dollars annually and the print... MORE

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Paper to Pixels v2: iPad Apps

Lessons from launching the first wave of magazine apps With the advent of the iPad and other mobile devices, magazines are facing the challenge of translating their content and design from printed page to tablet screen. Our panel of designers ... MORE

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3 quick bits

Hi all, 3 quickies before I head out to New York Magazine's 40th anniversary party, congratulations all!1  Here's a shot from Tuesday's Paper to Pixels event...(l to r) yours truly, Brandon Kavulla, Paul Schrynemakers, Ian Adelman and Jeremy LaCroix. After... MORE

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Tuesday Night! Paper to Pixels

Our panel discussion Paper To Pixels is tonight at the Katie Murphy Amphitheater at F.I.T.The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the talk begins at 7 p.m.Click Here for full details on the event including a bio and Q +... MORE

PAPER TO PIXELS: Who is Ian Adelman?

What does an industrial designer know about designing a website?Ask the man responsible for taking New York Magazine online.(He was the founding art director of, too.)Ian Adelman is the Design Director of the New York Media websites: and... MORE

PAPER TO PIXELS: Who is Paul Schrynemakers?

If taking a print magazine to the web sounds pretty damn hard, how about taking FIVE online?And what if they happen to be massive, million-plus circ. magazines like Men's Health, Women's Health and Prevention...both domestic and international publications?Paul Schrynemakers, after... MORE

PAPER TO PIXELS: Who is Andrew Essex?

Want to know where publishing is headed? Ask someone who deals with print advertisers around the world every day.  And if he happens to have a massive and prestigious magazine background as should handcuff him to your desk and... MORE

PAPER TO PIXELS: Who is Jeremy LaCroix?

We've got one... and he's still alive, too.A magazine guy who has jumped into the web with both feet...and very recently.He's got some serious explaining to do.Jeremy LaCroix, former art director of WIRED, is the creative director of Lifestyles at CBS interactive... MORE

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PAPER TO PIXELS: Tuesday, October 7th

"Today the internet does what magazines used to do."- Fabien Baron, Interview Magazine relaunch issue.Magazines and their websites.Are websites replacing magazines? Are magazines the main course and the web just a side? Who does what better? How have websites changed... MORE