I'm catching up on e-mail as my flight is delayed in O'Hare and came across the following tidbit about Slate Magazine in the latest Edupage mailing:
Although the magazine only recently achieved break-even status on revenue of about $6 million per year, Slate won a National Magazine Award for its editorial content, and mainstream news organizations frequently cite it. The publication is also given credit for shaping Web publishing and introducing the use of hyperlinks and Web logs.
Am I reading that right? Edupage wants me to believe that Slate is responsible for introducing hyperlinks to the world?
I'm having a very, very hard time believing that.
Am I alone?
[Posted the next morning after a good sleep at my sister's house.]
Posted by jzawodn at December 23, 2004 07:22 AM