Posts about Zuckerberg's world-destroying data gathering machine.
Five great reads from the online content mines Paid Members Public
Plus some jobs, a tip, and Lagerfeld’s iPods. Yes, really.
Why did some publishers gain traffic from the Facebook outage? Paid Members Public
Despite many publishers using Facebook to attract readers, some sites saw a boost from the extended outage last night. And some took a hit. Here's why.
Single point of (Facebook) failure Paid Members Public
Facebook has wiped itself, WhatsApp and Instagram off the internet. And the longer they stay down, the more some publishers will be suffering…
Local news, for local people, by local creators (sponsored by Facebook) Paid Members Public
Facebook's local news investment, Greenwald's Yes, Minster moment and more news from the "new media" trenches.
Morning Conference: turn those damn comments off (now that you can) Paid Members Public
I hate writing about Facebook. It squats obscenely at the heart of so much online communications like a digital Jabba the Hutt, slobbering and growing fat on the misery of others. Sadly, though, as long as it remains important in gathering traffic and attention, we're going to have to keep
Morning Conference: AI good, Facebook bad Paid Members Public
An LSE-led initiative attempts to get ahead of the curve, while we're all still paying the price of letting Facebook get out of hand