…and I am typing this in the new Gutenberg editor.
Gawker Deadspin Most other Gawker sites, really. Reddit TMZ Amazon Any website mentioning the name “Hunter Moore” Every alternative weekly ever. Yahoo News Slideshows YouTube Anything still hosted at a blogspot.com domain
Some of the basics of product management, from A List Apart, for both of you wondering what I’ve been doing for the last couple years: Product Management for the Web. Not everything applies, and there are a lot of assumptions in this about Agile and the size of the organization involved, but it’s a good overview.
@andymboyle not every piece of journalism software is a public-facing news app built on deadline. — jonathanstray (@jonathanstray) December 21, 2011
As a Twitter user, I want a way to automatically unfollow users who mention specific terms with a certain sentiment, so that I can easily filter out people with which you just can’t argue. Acceptance Criteria: This tool should use the latest version of OAuth to allow the user to connect their Twitter account to […]
Instapaper 4.0 The Guardian Flipboard, still Tabbed browsing in Safari Facebook Lugging a 15.4-inch laptop around to meetings Any better reasons?
I really like what Daniel is doing with his “statuses” in WordPress. Assume this is a custom post type. I think he started blogging these while taking a(nother) break from Twitter. In his RSS feed, these show up with a plain title of “Status” — I find this to be sort of amusing.
While on vacation last week, in an effort to unplug, especially from the constant cycle of posting things on the Internet and eagerly awaiting validation, I spent a lot of time separated from my phone (no laptop present on vacation) and while I did *read* Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ periodically (often in the middle of […]
Really. I’m more surprised than you are, I promise. Also, I promise this will not be a blog post about “What news organizations can do with Google+” or anything of the sort. Promise. Will. Not. So the thing that consistently confuses me about social products from Google is that as a user, I have truly […]
PBS hacked, new Twitter stuff, new Google stuff, new Apple stuff, constant flow of new Facebook stuff, that guy who had that other guy’s computer, a thousand horrifying tornado photo galleries, continuing viral revolutions in the Middle East, Instagram. It’s too hot for this, Internet. (I’d link, but I don’t want to break anything.)