Slate is shutting down its business site, The Big Money, after nearly two years. Slate group editor Jacob Weisberg and general manager John Alderman announced the news in a memo to their staff this morning.
“The problem, in a nutshell, is that the site is not pointed toward profitability on a fast enough Read More
Ends, Means, World Cup 2010
New York Times digital design director Khoi Vinh announced on his personal blog this morning that he resigned from the paper two in a half weeks ago, and his last day is Friday.
Mr. Vinh wrote that he was interested in moving on to other projects, and he had nothing but glowing things Read More
Aside from that one U.S.A. goal, vuvuzelas have easily inspired the most vitriol related to the 2010 World Cup. Now it turns out that they’re not just a nuisance: they’re detrimental to your health.
Today we learn that a 29-year-old South African woman has ripped open her windpipe due to Read More