In his latest column, Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton wonders if The Post is innovating too fast. “Hardly a week goes by without the Web site or newspaper launching some feature, or a venture to attract more revenue, or a blog, or a social media innovation,” Pexton writes.
Poynter’s Craig Silverman asked The Post’s Managing Editor Raju Narisetti what he thought of Pexton’s column. Noting that he respects the ombudsman’s independence and duty to write about the issues Post readers face, Narisetti disagrees. Read his full response below and share your thoughts in the comment thread.
We’ve come across all kinds of gadgets recently that have been designed to keep a check on our health, like Jawbone’s Up Band and Withings’ blood pressure monitor for the iPhone. While it’s certainly brilliant to see technological advances having a positive impact on health and medicine, I often wonder how many people will actually but these kinds of monitors, apps and tools to good use in the long run.
By now you’ve seen screenshots of consumer electronics company, LG’s latest interaction of the Chocolate, the BL40 and let’s face it, delicious and delectable are totally appropriate descriptions. Not one to rest on their laurels, LG has teamed up with fashion label,Twenty8Twevle to create limited edition designer cases for “the supermodel of cell phones.”