…and people have terrible ideas. Garbage in, garbage out.
Just in case you thought people ran out of incendiary terms to use in their media criticism.
Bloomberg on the bot revolution. Very necessary.
The team is tasked with taming the daily flow of content and reanimating the NYT’s vast archives.
“News is and will always be the heart of (our) service,” French said. “But for an organization that puts out 350 stories a day — the equivalent of a Harry Potter book a day — we do a lot more than just tell you what the news is. We tell you how to live a better life.”
Medium founder Ev Williams sits down with Ad Age to hash out the present and future of the platform (publisher? platisher?).
A bot that learns from the Internet. What could go wrong?
This case has everything: sex tapes, first amendment implications, Bubba the Love Sponge. Now that the trial is over, the appeal will begin.
In case you weren’t satisfied with Google’s AMP Project and Facebook Instant Articles, Apple News is now the nicest-designed walled garden for your content.
I don’t have comments on this site. I generally think they are a bad idea and you should respond to articles in channels or platforms that you control. Fortunately for us all, Melody Kramer goes beyond my dogmatism and comes up with some good and useful ideas about website comments.
Slate’s Keith Hernandez talks about having to pick and choose the walled gardens in which you play.
And: Paul Ford on how our multi-platform reality means we are all building in public.