The Financial Times' print offering is under pressure, due to an advertising downturn
Buzzfeed didn't invent the symbiosis of cats and journalism
A lovely and graphical example of the social content arms race
Yahoo has made it plain that Flickr is no longer a priority - and that there won't be any more investment.
A new algorithm update hurts publisher SEO
Do you use Tinder? Then it's building up a profile of how desirable you are.
When Audioboo became Audioboom it dropped any pretence of being social media
Paul Bradshaw has rounded up the media's curation efforts around the death of Bowie
This is a fascinating account of count and non-count nouns – and how they’re assimilated into English:
An example is “water,” which has no plural form. To count water, you must refer to the amount or container: one bottle of water, two quarts of water, etc. (The word “water” can also be countable in the sense of one serving or one container-ful: give me a water, I bought three waters from the grocery store.)
The Atlantic‘s Notes blog is doing really great work right now. It’s stepped – intentionally, I suspect – into the void left by Andrew Sullivan’s sorely-missed Dish. Oh, to have Sullivan blogging about Trump…
Cocking up New Years Day, the social media way