Condé Nast Pays $8 Million To E-Mail Scammer Instead Of Printer

Condé Nast Pays $8 Million To E-Mail Scammer Instead Of Printer

If you’re one of those folks who thinks it’s only computer-illiterate grandparents that get taken by e-mail scams, you’re mistaken. In fact, even people at the most cultured and snooty of companies can get taken for millions by a craftily worded e-mail. [More]

Dead Magazine Coming Back As Zombie iPad App

Dead Magazine Coming Back As Zombie iPad App

Conde Nast announced plans to bring back the shuttered Gourmet Magazine as a free iPad app that gets users to pay for free stuff along the way with virtual currency, Farmville style. [More]

Magazines Admit: We Have No #*&%ing Clue What To Do With iPad

Magazines Admit: We Have No #*&%ing Clue What To Do With iPad

While many media outlets were heralding today’s news that magazine giant Condé Nast plans to bring five of its biggest selling titles to Apple’s new iPad tablet thingy, if you actually read what the Condé memo says, it becomes apparent that they really have no idea what they’re dealing with. [More]

Conde Nast Will Never Stop Emailing You. Never. Stop Asking.

Conde Nast Will Never Stop Emailing You. Never. Stop Asking.

Condé Nast marketing department, are you on crack? Have you put some trinket from “The Hills” in charge of your mail server? Justin has emailed you repeatedly to tell you to stop spamming him. His marketing preferences on your site show a vast field of “No” for every single title on your list. And yet he’s received 16 emails since his last request—almost three a month. You should know better—or, as Justin puts it, “This isn’t some Nigerian guy trying to make my penis larger or send me money, this is a company here, in the United States, that I know should be held accountable.”