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David Carr / Media Decoder:
How Hurricane Sandy Slapped the Sarcasm Out of Twitter   —  Twitter is often a caldron of sarcasm, much of it funny, little of it useful.  But as a social medium based on short-burst communication, Twitter can change during large events — users talk about “watching” the spectacle unfold across their screens.
Oct 31, 2012, 11:55 AM - In context

David Holmes / PandoDaily:
Tumblr continues its quest for original content, sending out a call for paid freelancers   —  More than any other social network, Tumblr has blurred the line between what a media company does and what a technology company does.  Or, to piggyback on a metaphor of Buzzfeed's Jonah Peretti …
Oct 11, 2012, 10:40 PM - In context

Caitlin Johnston / Poynter:
What BuzzFeed's evolution says about the future of longform journalism   —  It's not often that a job posting creates such a tizzy.  But BuzzFeed's search for a longform editor signifies more than just a new hire.  —  The announcement, which spawned headlines such as “BuzzFeed (yes, BuzzFeed) …
Oct 3, 2012, 1:50 PM - In context

Hamilton Nolan: 'I feel like I'm obliged to speak the unvarnished (and sometimes mean) truth'   —  I recently saw a Globe and Mail interview with David Carr in which he mentioned Gawker writer Hamilton Nolan and how “he will just step up and fill somebody with ack ack.”  (Bill Keller the target?)
Sep 28, 2012, 7:05 PM - In context

Jim Brady / Digital Man:
Reply Awl   —  I meant to respond to Brett Sokol's piece in The Awl last week, but needed some time to address the writer's numerous errors and mischaracterizations, not to mention the overall tone, which emphasized turning a phrase over picking up a phone.  Let me start by saying this …
Sep 27, 2012, 1:55 PM - In context

Matt Buchanan / BuzzFeed:
How To Get Banned From Instapaper   —  If you tried to snag a page from 9to5Mac to read later with Instapaper yesterday, you got this error message: It's the first time I'd ever seen a publisher block Instapaper — in fact, Instapaper says, “As of the time of writing, no major publishers have chosen to opt out.”
Sep 10, 2012, 3:10 PM - In context

Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Curbed's Lockhart Steele weighs in on advertising — and Nick Denton   —  Everyone likes the idea of a thriving website sustained by a community of local readers.  But too often “local” has been the stuff of journalistic ideals rather than real-world business plans.
Jul 29, 2012, 9:50 PM - In context

Michael Barthel / Salon:
Hold the Reddit hype   —  The site broke important Aurora news, but “crowdsourced” journalism is as sensational and market-driven as the MSM  —  As you will know if you are a person on the Internet, a lot of the most important details about the shooting in a Colorado movie theater last Friday have come out through the Internet.
Jul 24, 2012, 4:30 PM - In context

Erik Maza / WWD:
New York Magazine to Relaunch The Cut   —  New York magazine's plans to expand its signature fashion blog The Cut have been evident since May, when it hired Gawker sex and scandal blogger Maureen O'Connor as features editor.  —  It looked like the blog would grow to cover …
Jul 10, 2012, 3:35 PM - In context

Ben Adler / CJR:
Piecemeal existence   —  For today's young freelancers, what will traffic bear?  —  In 2009, an editor for a new website called The Faster Times, which sought to be “an edgier Huffington Post,” emailed to ask if I was interested in a part-time job.  I didn't know it was possible to be edgier than HuffPo …
Jul 8, 2012, 7:30 AM - In context




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