A couple of days ago, Joe Esposito posted a piece on Scholarly Kitchen, a discussion space hosted by the Society for Scholarly Publishing and administered by Kent Anderson. Esposito is a regular contributor.
His post, “Brand, Context, and Containers: Publishing Into and Across the Digital Network”, builds on and extends some of the ideas I’ve posted and presented in “Context first”. Esposito adds several useful thoughts, including the challenge publishers of different types face in managing across multiple, increasingly digital channels.
Esposito tagged his post in several ways, including “controversial topics.” The essay gathered comments from a number of folks, including Mike Shatzkin and Eric Hellman as well as Kent Anderson. Rather than try to summarize their thoughts, I recommend taking a look directly (and maybe adding a comment of your own!).