Google has filed a patent for technology that helps identify undercovered topics on the internet by comparing what users search for and what they find, according to Kenneth Li at the Financial Times.
These underserved topic areas are called “inadequate content” — white space in the digital media landscape.
Technology that can find Read More
In this weekend’s New York Times Magazine, former Observer scribe Andrew Rice has a must-read story about the struggles of traditional and new media outlets alike to place a value on pieces of writing in the digital age.
Along the way, Mr. Rice checks in with newfangled media outlets, such as Demand Media, Read More
So says The Journal‘s new New York section.
According to an “algorithm,” the Yankees are only the fifth most-hated team in baseball. Math apparently tells us that the Indians, Red Sox, Reds and Astros inspire more disdain online.
Nice to know Greater New York isn’t above a little homerism. Read More