The Atlantic closes its comments - and makes them more important, too Paid Members Public
The Atlantic joins many other sites in turning off comments - but that doesn’t mean its abandoning reader commentary.
Life of the homepage, Atlantic style Paid Members Public
Some really interesting research from The Atlantic [https://medium.com/building-the-atlantic/refreshing-the-atlantic-homepage-in-2017-98d195bc7f5c] , which seems to confirm a pet theory of mine: > Readers mental model is much different than our own. Those that use the homepage treat it as an index of the site’s content, not a subset. And that’
Why Good Bloggers are Good For Print Paid Members Public
Here’s a piece of news [http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/21/business/media/21atlantic.html] that’s all over the journalism blogosphere this afternoon, and which surprises me not at all: > Last week, though, the prominent political blogger Andrew Sullivan used his forum on TheAtlantic.com to tell
Is Murdoch Right to Keep Investing in Newspapers? Paid Members Public
Golly and, indeed, gosh. An e-mail arrives from one Kyle at The Atlantic, pointing me to the video they’ve produced following up an article about Rupert Murdoch and the future of newspapers – and providing a handy-dandy embed code for me. Now, given that I’m a subscriber to The