A lovely gesture from the folks at the Boston Globe.
You may think you're a journalist. You may spend 25 years in journalism. But Twitter and Facebook will quickly disabuse you of the notion. They decide who is a journalist now.
Facebook's disregard for its contract worker journalists is indicative of the platform's lack of love for our profession.
Journalism: it's not about you, and that's its joy.
Vivian Schiller is stepping down as Twitter's head of news.
Why do journalists cling so tightly to Twitter when Facebook drives more traffic?
Is more, cheaper content the cure to publishing's woes? Only if you like fighting in low margin businesses.
The social media role is on life support - would a telephone editor make sense today?
Why run a news publishing business if you hate journalists?
Journalism is being slowly strangled by things that don't look like journalism to journalists...