Curley gives an inside look at WaPo.com
Rob Curley provides an inside look at how it works inside the two top floors of the Virginia office tower that are dedicated to washingtonpost.com.
His last two grafs:
“Nearly all of those ideas are from non-newspaper sites. They’re from other websites that had a kernel of an idea that they had used on their website that this person on our team recognized as being something that, if modified and used in the news industry, might work really well.
“So these people (the members of his team) are of the Internet. It is in their DNA. That’s what makes a lot of these newspaper sites completely suck is because so many of them are run by people who don’t have the Internet in their DNA.”Curley says he's being quoted in a Northwestern University report coming out later this week on innovation in the news media. I haven't seen it yet, but if you do, throw a link in the comments, will ya?