The Web, Apps
The pro-marriage equality group Fight Back New York is out today with the findings from a crowd-sourcing project devoted to digging up dirt on anti-gay marriage state Senator Ruben Diaz.
Among the items available at truthaboutdiaz.com include the fact that:
- Diaz was investigated by the FBI
- Diaz was arrested for possession of Read More
Wired‘s buzzed-about “The Web Is Dead” cover story went live on its website today, and there’s a fair amount of content to sift through. The issue includes dueling commentaries from editor-in-chief Chris Anderson and Vanity Fair columnist Michael Wolff on who is to blame for the Web’s “demise” — to get this out Read More
Only a couple years ago, just as the economy started to tank, magazines took a strange tact with their web teams: they laid them off. Fortune.com, during the heart of the financial crisis in 2008, laid off the bulk of its web team, and put the site back in the hands of the folks at Read More
In a video interview with paidContent, Slate’s Jacob Weisberg says supports training readers to pay for content when its delivered in a “specific, convenient, dedicated form” (like the iPhone) and keeping websites free.
He also looks back on the site’s bad old days behind a pay wall:
I think it was the Read More
The chorus of Republican discontent with the state chairman, Ed Cox, now has an outlet in a new website with an apt name: DumpEdCox.com.
The site seems to be mainly fueled by Cox’s decision to support a long-time Democrat, Steve Levy, over a life-long Republican, Rick Lazio, for governor. But Read More