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Dan Kois / Slate:
Profile of ClickHole, an Onion spinoff created to mock BuzzFeed, and how it became way more than just clickbait   —  Wow.  ClickHole.  —  No judgment, but you waste a lot of time on the internet, right?  Which means sometime in the past year or so, something like this happened …
Jun 9, 2015, 1:55 AM - In context

Julia Turner / Slate:
Slate launches metered paywall for non-US readers, five free stories a month, cites inability to monetize international readership through domestic ads revenue   —  Hello, International Reader  —  We're launching a paywall for users abroad.  Here's how it will work.
Jun 8, 2015, 8:00 AM - In context

Isaac Chotiner / Slate:
Interview with Seymour Hersh about his sources, journalism, The New Yorker, and the contradictory versions of Osama bin Laden's death   —  “I Am Not Backing Off Anything I Said”  —  An interview with Seymour Hersh.  —  In a blockbuster 10,000-word story for the London Review of Books this week …
May 13, 2015, 7:35 PM - In context

David Weinberger / Slate:
NPR opens API to authorized developers to build device-specific versions of NPR One streaming player   —  NPR Initiates Phase Two of Plan to Become the Pandora of News  —  The announcement by National Public Radio that it's opening access to an application program interface, or API …
May 12, 2015, 1:30 AM - In context

Jordan Weissmann / Slate:
2015 Pulitzer winner Rob Kuznia now works in PR because he couldn't make a living in journalism   —  One of Today's Pulitzer Prize Winners Left Journalism Because It Couldn't Pay His Rent.  Now He's in PR.  —  A Bot Made Millions on Wall Street by Reading Tweets.  It Also Ate This Guy's Lunch.
Apr 21, 2015, 7:20 AM - In context

Julia Turner / Slate:
In defense of the unfashionable “hot take”: not all opinion journalism is glib and vapid   —  In Defense of the Take  —  The most striking thing about this week's BuzzFeed flap—in which the site was criticized for deleting two published stories, about a Dove ad and the game Monopoly …
Apr 11, 2015, 1:45 PM - In context

Amanda Hess / Slate:
Apps CopWatch and Mobile Justice offer assistance, protections, and advice for citizens filming police encounters   —  Justice Through a Lens  —  A new wave of apps offers assistance—and advice—for citizens capturing police wrongdoing on camera.  —  About 10 times a day …
Apr 9, 2015, 6:00 PM - In context

Will Oremus / Slate:
Why do writers inaccurately call the software that writes AP news stories “robots”?   —  Automated Insights' AP earnings reports: “Robot journalists” a misnomer?  —  Automated journalism is no longer science fiction.  It's time to change what we call it.
Feb 8, 2015, 5:05 PM - In context

Daniel Menaker / Slate:
Longtime book editor Daniel Menaker on Amazon, Authors United, and the future of publishing   —  One day about three years after I'd left the New Yorker to become a book editor, Alberto Vitale—former CEO of Random House, Inc., a genial, intelligent, and remarkably tan businessman …
Jan 12, 2015, 3:55 PM - In context

David Auerbach / Slate:
Wikipedia editing disputes: The crowdsourced encyclopedia has become a rancorous, sexist mess   —  Wikipedia is a paradox and a miracle—a crowdsourced encyclopedia that has become the default destination for nonessential information.  That it has survived almost 15 years and remained …
Dec 13, 2014, 11:55 AM - In context




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