How to Take the Money and Run
Been a busy summer. Finally catching up on things. Me & Richard Head had the opportunity to hang out and shoot the breeze for the first time in a while.
While we were journeying about the countryside, we did this interview with some folks over at The Daily Dot.
Take a looksee if you want a peek back into the early days of Demand Studios and Demand Studios Sucks.
Patrick and Richard interviewed on The Daily Dot.
Hope you guys are ok out there and have moved on to bigger and better things. We’re keeping the site alive just out of a sense of history – if anyone ever wants to know about Demand Studios and eHow, here’s the story in all it’s sordid detail.
This email popped up in our inbox and we just had to share.
The funny thing is that both Richard and I still have permissions. I went in and checked the queue just for a laugh and discovered I could still claim the one or two articles that were up there.
It was a good run while it lasted.
In its panties. I shit you not.
R.Head back from the dead. Gonna keep this short and sweet.
I really want to hat tip our friends at BoingBoing and just too good not to remark upon. Article was in that whoopsie state for almost a year, judging by the comments.
The unfortunate typo:
Has since been fixed.
I guess someone got wind of it up in TPTB Tower.
As Xeni points out, nobody had endeavored to remove Lance’s name from Livestrong.com, not that there is any reason Ricky Rosen would want to diss his […]
How to hoard articles.
This dropped in the mailbox.
Usual disclaimers apply.
Yep. We’re lazy.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, the Demand requirement that its CEs edit articles as they claim them was tacitly lifted about two months ago, leading to massive and systemic hoarding of articles by CEs who are encouraged by this new “wink wink” from Santa Monica to sit on articles and then edit them minutes before or well past the pay cutoff deadline.
If you’re like many Demand writers, 100 percent of your articles are picked up within minutes or seconds (literally) of submission, then sit for days. […]