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Wikipedia Zero, which partnered with 97 mobile carriers in 72 countries to provide 800M+ users access to Wikipedia at no data cost, is being discontinued   —  In an unexpected development, the Wikimedia Foundation announced on Friday that it is discontinuing Wikipedia Zero …
Feb 19, 2018, 7:55 AM - In context

Avi Selk / Washington Post:
NBC apologizes to Koreans for remarks by Olympics commentator Joshua Ramo who said Koreans viewed Japanese occupation of the country as a positive thing   —  Friday's Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in South Korea were, by most accounts, spectacular.
Feb 12, 2018, 12:20 PM - In context

Jeff John Roberts / Fortune:
Everipedia, a rival to Wikipedia that plans to use tokens to permit editing and reward users, raises $30M from investors including Galaxy Digital   —  Do we need a more lively Wikipedia for the Snapchat generation?  The founders of a fast-growing site called Everipedia …
Feb 8, 2018, 2:40 PM - In context

Kunda Dixit / Nepali Times:
Elizabeth Hawley, longtime Reuters correspondent in Nepal and the premier chronicler of Himalayan expeditions, dies at 95   —  Elizabeth Hawley was working at the desk for Fortune magazine as a reporter when she first came to Nepal in 1959 as part of a world tour.
Jan 26, 2018, 12:00 AM - In context

Roger McNamee / Washington Monthly:
Facebook and Google's influence on the US election and Brexit calls for regulations for more transparency, letting users own their data and social graphs, more   —  An early investor explains why the social media platform's business model is such a threat—and what to do about it.
Jan 7, 2018, 7:10 PM - In context

Jonah Engel Bromwich / New York Times:
Profiles of three current and one former volunteer moderator of KnowYourMeme, a Brooklyn-based website explaining the internet's inside jokes   —  Social networks produce inside jokes at a relentless pace.  The best, worst, stupidest and funniest of those jokes become memes, and either you get them or you don't.
Dec 18, 2017, 9:50 PM - In context

Rachel Abrams / New York Times:
Journalist documents her frustrating quest to fix an error in the Knowledge Graph panel appearing on Google searches for her name, which claimed she was dead   —  I'm not dead yet.  —  But try telling that to Google.  —  For much of the last week, I have been trying to persuade the world's …
Dec 17, 2017, 9:15 AM - In context

A. N. Devers / Longreads:
How Brigid Hughes was pushed out as the editor of The Paris Review and omitted from the magazine's history   —  This is a story about a woman who was erased from her job as the editor of the most famous literary magazine in America.  —  In 2011, the New York Times ran Julie Bosman's energetic …
Dec 17, 2017, 5:40 AM - In context

Kevin Roose / New York Times:
Many alt-right alternatives to popular social networks are struggling to attract talent, users, and funding; a few have gone offline altogether   —  If you've lost sleep worrying about the growing power of the alt-right — that shadowy coalition that includes white nationalists, anti-feminists …
Dec 12, 2017, 8:20 PM - In context

Cecilia Kang / New York Times:
Profile of non-profit Fight for the Future, which helped to kill SOPA, pass net neutrality rules, and now leads a fight against FCC's plan to repeal those rules   —  WORCESTER, Mass. — Hundreds of protests were staged across the country on Thursday in the latest uproar over a repeal of rules ensuring an open internet.
Dec 10, 2017, 9:40 PM - In context




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