Hace unas semanas, Jeff Jarvis compartió en su blog (el clásico Buzzmachine.com) sus impresiones sobre el rediseño del NY Times. La reseña completa está aquí.
Esta frase fue la que me dejó pensando:
I wish a news site would move away from its mass-production roots and devote just some proportion of its presentation to personal relevance, reducing noise and increasing engagement not through user interfaces but through delivering value. I’d like The Times to learn that I never read sports and often read about movies and devour media news and live in New Jersey and thus give me more relevance. Netflix knows what I like but my newspaper does not. Google knows where I live and work but my newspaper does not. Shouldn’t it?