- Stop the presses: Mark Zuckerberg wants your Facebook feed to be the best personalized newspaper going, and in that vein, announced tweaks that will give you play editor with your feed.
- Wide release: Ever wondered whether TED's proliferation of TEDx conferences weakens the brand? This post makes the case for why you should follow their lead.
- This just in: The New York Times took a look at breaking news apps.
- The media game: The Internet Arcade is a collection of more than 900 vintage arcade games you can play for free in your browser. You're welcome.
- Press on: Google's Louis Gray doesn't blog enough, so I read with care when he does post. The latest: Our smartphones have surpassed their role as computers in our pockets.
- Inside Stories: Do you read the Microsoft Stories posts? Here's a look inside their editorial process.
- Back to letters to the editor? Reuters joins the many publishers, myself included, who've eliminated comments sections in favor of the discussions going on on social media.
- Pressed: LinkedIn users are suing the site because it generates references without their knowledge or approval.
- Don't press me on this: Americans say they want privacy online, then act as if they don't.
- Hot off the press: Facebook Messenger just reached 500 million users.
Friday, November 14, 2014
You pass muster with me just by showing up here on Fridays. Have a lovely weekend!