Red Herring magazine is back in print. During the height of the bubble, this, along with the still-defunct, Upside, Forbes ASAP, and The Industry Standard, covered the fast moving people, technology and sources of capital for the tech boom.
There are two noticeable things about reincarnated Red Herring: it’s much thinner than it used to be (translation: fewer advertisers) and the content and style of the writing seems to be more grounded. This is probably a good and more sobering reflection of the economic realities of where we are today. The editorial staff is also looking at global opportunities, as reflected in their editorial charter: identify the world’s best entrepreneurial technology ventures and analyze the most compelling innovations, all with a keen eye on financial, metrics, and management choices.
As much as we all have to read, I do recommend subscribing.