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Articles tagged "media"
Let's play a game. Name a publication that needs a little more influence from Snoop Dogg.
This isn't the first time something like this has happened.
And it's hard to stay positive when you're broke.
If you really want a personalized newspaper, go buy a copy of The New York Times and throw away the sections you don't like.
In which artist Carlos Zanni steals his image back from Google.
Things have been complicated between Twitter and Facebook for quite some time now.
One-third of young America now tweets on the toilet. Tweet on, I say.
Walmart is sick and tired of The Huffington Post publishing negative stories about them.
While Facebook fiddles with its Timeline algorithm while trying to make money, and Instagram tries to be more like Facebook, LinkedIn has a much grander vision.
Occupy Wall Street’s recent one-year anniversary, and subsequent re-up, inspired a number of commentaries on the movement. What have been its successes? What have been its failures? What does its future look like?
That “MSM” is a widely-known and oft-used acronym is proof enough that the conservative media’s long painting of mainstream media as liberal has been a success.
Fox News didn't handle Obama's reelection very well.
A bunch of news outlets are running stories on a gigantic inflatable subway being built by the Department of Homeland Security to keep terrorists out of our transit tunnels.
In its latest cover story, Bloomberg Businessweek is not shy about the cause of hurricane Sandy, titling it “It’s Global Warming, Stupid.”
For the first times in years, mainstream media outlets are flooding the airwaves, pointing out the link between a warmer world and nastier storms.
Those pics we see on Facebook and Instagram tell the story of the world crumbling around us, while we live on. Here are some of them. Here’s Apocalypse Sandy.
So here is how we go online to distract ourselves from the biggest storm in history.
f you are among the group of people in America that “get” science, you probably share in the general frustration that global warming here masquerades as a “controversy” or unsettled issue — in which there are good, supported arguments on both sides —…
Remember when you were in college and Facebook was this strange new thing that everybody was talking about? And then somebody would mention it in section, and the grad student TA would be all, “What’s this Facebook thing you kids are talking about?”…
It’s impossible to grasp the consequences or outcomes of new technology, especially when that technology is developed by a twenty-something hacker.
A few months ago, I was using that sleazy Badoo site, trying my damnedest to find a girl that I might meet in real life. If you recall the feature, I was unsuccessful. After the site spammed my mom -- asking her for her birthdate -- I ended up talkin…
The years-long patent litigation trial between Google and Oracle took and unexpected turn in the past few days, after the judge caught wind that the two companies were paying bloggers to do their bidding. This wouldn't be such a big deal — unless you…