Facebook has become the Walmart of the web - and it will cripple our online community cities if we don't act.
The apps on our devices are clamouring for our scarce attention. Are we making the best choices?
BuzzFeed is stumbling. Mashable has been sold off at a discount. The new media upstarts are struggling, because they forgot the central rule of the digital era.
A lovely and graphical example of the social content arms race
The Times has relaunched its website and apps, with a focus on timed editions. Is this print thinking - or a new approach to digital thinking?
Twitter's lack of context can lead to some unfortunate misunderstandings.
Some links and further reading for attendees of my news:rewired workshop
Khoi Vihn sees the value in magazines diminishing.
Maria Popova runs one of the most interesting blogs out there - Brian Pickings - but also has some fascinating thoughts on attention and journalism
How's your ability to concentrate this morning?