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WIRED is where tomorrow is realized
What do we lose when we get our news via social media?
What I find remarkable is the way both sides of this debate seem to simply assume the large-scale capture and exploitation of human attention to be ethical and/or inevitable in the first place.
We're close to banishing annoying online ads, but not every media company is going to make it.
Adblock announced that it is adopting the "Acceptable Ads" policy — and got sold to a mystery buyer for an undisclosed sum.
Most of the data on the mobile homepages of the top 50 news websites comes from advertising, demonstrating the appeal of ad blockers.
The New York Times
A simple litmus test
Consumer interest in ad-blocking, fueled in part by Apple’s new mobile software release, has given rise to a cottage industry hoping to profit from it.
The Wall Street Journal
So let's talk about ad blocking.
You might think the conversation about ad blocking is about the user experience of news, but what we're really talking about is money and power in Silicon Valley....
Our Director of Engineering on the New WIRED.com
What Happens Next Will Amaze You
Welcome to the Block Party
The Genuine Article
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Nudes Are Old News at Playboy
Female technology journalists report abuse is still the name of the game
Twitter Thanks You For Your Service
What We Comment About When We Comment About Commenting
We're turning comments off for a bit
Why Self-Driving Cars Must Be Programmed to Kill
‘Love and Sex with Robots’ conference in Malaysia this November
The Cost of Paying Attention
#TheDress and the Rise of Attention-Policing
Give me file hierarchies, or give me chaos.
IFTTT pares down its automation service to prepare for the one-click smartwatch future
Introducing Do — a new class of apps by IFTTT
Report: iOS 9 will focus mainly on stability and performance
A blow for mobile advertising: The next version of Safari will let users block ads on iPhones and iPads
How Doug Ellin Turned Entourage Into the New Paragon of Product Placement
Tinder Users at SXSW Are Falling for This Woman, but She's Not What She Appears
YouTube makes a move against brand-sponsored videos