Monthly Archives: April 2015

Twitter’s multibillion-dollar mistake happened five years ago

The company is struggling to meet growth expectations, but five years ago it rejected something that represented its best chance of doing that

EU publishers sign deal with Google, but are they focusing on the right enemy?

A group of EU publishers is set to announce a deal with Google that includes a hefty "innovation fund," but they should probably be focusing on Facebook instead

A crowdsourced list of the top 50 cult movies

I asked my Twitter stream for some of their favorite cult movie suggestions, and here's what they came up with

The seven most interesting things in that huge Gawker-BuzzFeed interview

Gawker did an interview with BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti and editor Ben Smith about deleting posts, so I pulled out what I thought were the most interesting parts

Winter is coming: Print revenue could be headed for another cliff

Media watcher Clay Shirky argues that instead of a gradual decline, print readership -- and as a result, print advertising -- could be headed for a cliff