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Leon Neyfakh / Slate:
Apple Destroyed My Will to Collect Music   —  I once used iTunes to organize albums, bootlegs, demos, and deep cuts—until it made that nearly impossible.  Will Apple Music finish the job?  —  Last week, an astonishing blog post by a man named James Pinkstone circulated on social media.
May 12, 2016, 3:45 AM - In context

Leon Neyfakh / Slate:
As NPR's audience grows older and competition grows, the nonprofit struggles with how to evolve quickly and balance news and podcast-style storytelling   —  The Fight for the Future of NPR  —  One day in May 2015, Eric Nuzum stood before a gathering of influential NPR trustees and board members …
Apr 12, 2016, 7:25 AM - In context

Seth Stevenson / Slate:
A week with reporters covering Trump: protests, lack of press aides, insults, banishment of media, and trying not to become inured to lies   —  A Week on the Trail With the “Disgusting Reporters” Covering Donald Trump  —  What it's like to write about a candidate who hates you.
Mar 21, 2016, 8:20 PM - In context

Will Oremus / Slate:
Facebook will now show Live Videos higher in News Feed provided they are currently live and not recordings, making site more like cable news than a newspaper   —  Facebook Is Becoming Less Like a Newspaper ... and More Like Cable News  —  Facebook's News Feed long functioned as a sort …
Mar 2, 2016, 5:05 AM - In context

Jordan Weissmann / Slate:
Al Jazeera America failed by offering viewers coverage based on survey findings, not what audiences are proven to watch   —  Why Al Jazeera America Was Destined to Fail  —  Al Jazeera America never had a chance.  Having struggled in vain to attract an audience since it launched in 2013 …
Jan 14, 2016, 3:25 PM - In context

Will Oremus / Slate:
Twitter's “Beyond 140” feature is a plan to host content inside its walled garden, instead of linking to blogs and other websites   —  Twitter Isn't Raising the Character Limit.  It's Becoming a Walled Garden.  —  Tweeters are freaking out—again—about another report that Twitter …
Jan 6, 2016, 5:30 AM - In context

Will Oremus / Slate:
Facebook's News Feed team on algorithms, relevancy scores, and the importance of giving users more control over their feeds   —  Who Controls Your Facebook Feed  —  A small team of engineers in Menlo Park.  A panel of anonymous power users around the world.  And, increasingly, you.
Jan 5, 2016, 11:00 AM - In context

Stephen Heyman / Slate:
UK's Waterstones, which reached profitability again after cutting staff and increasing autonomy, could serve as a model to save Barnes & Noble   —  Big-Box Bookstores Don't Have to Die  —  This large chain in the U.K. made a shocking turnaround by doing something surprising: trusting its booksellers.
Dec 19, 2015, 10:30 AM - In context

Amanda Hess / Slate:
What it was like to be a Sony Pictures employee last year when hackers attacked   —  Inside the Sony Hack  —  What it was like to be a rank-and-file Sony employee as the unprecedented cyberattack tore the company apart.  —  Every morning, like so many of her colleagues …
Nov 27, 2015, 5:15 PM - In context

Will Oremus / Slate:
Many viral Facebook videos are ripped from YouTube and re-uploaded to Facebook without consent, and some end up with more views than originals   —  Facebook's Piracy Problem  —  Are plagiarized YouTube videos helping fuel the social network's astonishing video growth?
Jul 8, 2015, 2:15 PM - In context

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