Dale Dougherty is co-founder, editor and publisher of Make magazine, a tech-oriented publication launched by O’Reilly Media Inc. in 2005. The magazine currently has a paid circulation of more than 90,000 and its Web site (MakeZine.com) touts more than 4 million page views per month. Make is a “Do It Yourself”-based magazine with projects for building almost anything. Dougherty was instrumental in building O’Reilly’s publishing business and Tim O’Reilly, founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media, credits him with coining the phrase Web 2.0. Dougherty spoke with Publishing Executive Inbox and offered insight on Make’s success, coining the phrase Web 2.0, the balance between print and Web,
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