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Adrienne Lafrance / The Atlantic:
Inside efforts to resurrect a Pulitzer-nominated 34-part story eight years after it disappeared from the web   —  Raiders of the Lost Web  —  The web, as it appears at any one moment, is a phantasmagoria.  It's not a place in any reliable sense of the word.  It is not a repository.  It is not a library.
Oct 18, 2015, 3:40 AM - In context

Krishnadev Calamur / The Atlantic:
Ta-Nehisi Coates is among 24 recipients of genius grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation   —  ‘Geniuses’ Revealed  —  The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates is among this year's 24 recipients of “genius” grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Sep 29, 2015, 12:40 AM - In context

Glamour of fashion blogging masks reality of long hours and financial instability in an oversaturated market   —  The Invisible Labor of Fashion Blogging  —  Earlier this month, the biannual circus that is New York Fashion Week saw non-stop coverage on social media via Instagram, Twitter …
Sep 28, 2015, 7:35 AM - In context

Mobile apps were already destroying online ad revenue, and ad blockers are just another, short-term threat   —  The Allure of an Ad-Free Internet  —  Well, that happened fast.  After 36 hours as the No. 1 paid app in the App store, the programmer Marco Arment is pulling his ad-blocker, Peace, from the market.
Sep 18, 2015, 7:25 PM - In context

Olga Khazan / The Atlantic:
Mommy blog Dooce's semi-retirement speaks to the challenges of earning money as an individual blogger today   —  Can Mommy Bloggers Still Make a Living?  —  The success story of was once blogger lore, told and re-told in playgroups and Meetups—anywhere hyper-verbal people with Wordpress accounts gathered.
Sep 7, 2015, 4:40 AM - In context

Bourree Lam / The Atlantic:
US households pay an average $231 a year renting cable boxes, creating a $19.5B industry that gives little incentive to innovate   —  Cable-Box Rentals: A Needless $19-Billion Industry  —  One of the least glamorous realities of the American cable industry is a relic invented in 1948: the cable box.
Sep 6, 2015, 8:05 AM - In context

The Atlantic launches Notes, a section for staff blogging with comments submitted via email   —  Welcome to Notes  —  We've brought blogging back to  Here are some thoughts from our editors on what this new section's all about.  —  As Gould said, we're hoping Notes …
Aug 27, 2015, 1:25 AM - In context

Madison Mainwaring / The Atlantic:
Only two full-time dance critics remain at US newspapers as arts coverage declines   —  The Death of the American Dance Critic  —  Misty Copeland has become something of a household name in recent months.  In late June, she became the first black ballerina to be named principal at American Ballet Theater …
Aug 20, 2015, 1:40 AM - In context

Joe Pinsker / The Atlantic:
Wikipedia's dwindling ranks of volunteer editors struggle to stop editors paid by PR firms   —  The Covert World of People Trying to Edit Wikipedia—for Pay  —  On January 11, 2013, James Heilman, an emergency-room physician and one of Wikipedia's most prolific medical editors …
Aug 16, 2015, 10:05 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
How ESPN, dominant in the TV sports business, is transitioning to mobile   —  ESPN's Plan to Dominate the Post-TV World  —  On July 11, 2014, LeBron James announced that he was leaving the Miami Heat to return to his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers.  Within a few minutes of the announcement …
Jul 13, 2015, 5:10 AM - In context

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