In the middle of the Great Library Debates raging on the Atlantic site and elsewhere, I had to neglect something.
Update, 7 p.m.: Looks as if "close" is late spring 2011. – D.R. I hated the Washington Post’s hyperlocal edition
TBD.com’s hyperlocal site is drawing more local Web traffic than WUSA-TV and the Washington Examiner and may close in on
Right here in the Washington, D.C. area, TBD is one of the most-watched rolls of the dice in American journalism.
TBD’s new hyperlocal Web site for the D.C. area is no great shakes so far in the visitor count department,
I’ve been rooting for TBD, the D.C.-area hyperlocal news site that some journalists regard as a savvy canary in the
Update, Aug. 19: TBD’s current coverage is a long way from what I propose below. The Alexa Web traffic measurement
Newest member of the TBD blog network in the Washington area is is none other than the Georgetown Dish. It’s
Nope, TBD and affiliate bloggers, I’m not done yet. I have a few other ideas to try out this week—based