– a link blog by Dominik Schwind
What do we lose when we get our news via social media?
Articles: Why? And other questions people are suddenly asking themselves.
We're close to banishing annoying online ads, but not every media company is going to make it.
As Apple focuses on apps and Google pushes the mobile web, businesses must grapple with a fragmenting online world.
The New York Times
With the Internet a cornucopia of pornography, Playboy’s raison d’être has vanished. Its website dropped nudity last year, and the age of its viewers dropped closer to the coveted millennial target.
Women in tech forced to disguise their identity – and even quit the industry – after facing threats online, study finds
There are two stories about Twitter that are really just one story told from two different points of view.
Google has created a new open source format to make web content as fast as the native apps we've all gotten used to.
Like any Silicon Valley tech outfit, Reddit is trying something new. Today the company is launching a standalone news site, Upvoted, to capitalize on what it does best: surfacing interesting stuff from the Internet.
The Disgusting Food of Reddit's Bro-Cooking Community
Reddit needs to stop pretending racism is valuable debate
Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao: The trolls are winning the battle for the Internet
Après moi, le déluge: What Went Wrong on Reddit
The Death of Reddit