The dark underbelly of paid Wikipedia editing
Wikipedia's growing role as a verification source has made it more lucrative for paid editors.
Tech today in one sentence
Russell Davies: We’re in that phase with a bunch of technologies where corporations don’t know if things make
Blogger blackmail or blagger blunder?
Today in “things that depress me”: One of the biggest points being made on Twitter is that bloggers don’t
The "placed" story and other failures of journalism
Sarah Lacy is outraged by PR behaviour: A company pivoted (read: failed) and decided it wanted some positive press. So
Traditional journalism will 'blow away on the winds of the internet'
Philip Trippenbach: Make no mistake: traditional, platform-based journalism is being crushed, and its dust will blow away on the winds
A Press Lunch With A Twist
How do you make your annual press lunch stand out from the pack? You make [the journalists cook it themselves]
Micro-Celebrities: Selling Your City With Linda Barker
My friend and colleague Stacey has been at MIPIM, the big commercial property show held annually in the south of
Valentine's Day is Coming…
Ah, you can tell that it’s less than a month until that consumerist festival of enforced affection they call