And, in what may be the first tangible result of journalists gathered in a bar...– David Carr, Long-Form Journalism Finds a Home
The proposed settlement was without precedent in its scope. The settlement had...– My buddy Joe Mullin analyzes the collapse of the Google Books settlement over at Paid Content.
Corporate and academic labs have access to the most sophisticated instruments,...– Tim Studt, Biopunk Realism, from a review of my book, Biopunk: DIY Scientists Hack the Software of Life
One problem confronting anyone who seeks to explore these questions is the habit...– Steve Coll, The Internet: For Better or Worse
It is possible, of course, to beat the New York Times meter, or for that matter...– Steve Yelvington on the logic behind the Times’ new payment system.
They’re not offering anything to readers other than the Times’...– Media gadfly Dave Winer on The New York Times’ paywall announcement.
One former crack dealer in long-term counseling at Impact House in Pasadena said...– From a 1995 L.A. Times investigation into racial disparities in federal prosecutions of crack crimes. The newspaper found that “not a single white (was) convicted of a crack cocaine offense in federal courts serving Los Angeles and six Southland counties since Congress enacted stiff...
The future of news may look more like a Flipboard app than a New York Times app...– Josh Clark, a programmer and designer, at SXSW panel with Jennifer Brook, Information Architect at The New York Times, and Erin Sparling, Lead Design Technologist at The Wall Street Journal : “Do Tablets Dream of Electric News?” (via poynterinstitute)
Deputy Police Chief Steve Clark said that in addition to evacuating residents in...– Jeff Barnard, The Associated Press, California harbors cleaning up damage inflicted by tsunami
Douglas Adams came up with the following rules about the way we react to new...– Keith Blount in The Atlantic