In the style of many digital editors who seem to spend most of their day trawling the shallow waters of Twitter, Nieman Lab editor Josh Benton has a prolific account that spans all matter of topics.
At Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting, the Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffett shared a dismal outlook on print media.
Nearly 40 years ago on an 80ºF Sunday, the first group of Broad Street runners took off for a 10 mile run. The entry fee was $2.
As censure of DFM becomes the norm I wanted to take a minute and share some of the company's greatest hits.
In a thread begun October 2016, Washington Post technology director Aram Zucker-Scharff tweeted about the shady advertising practices of EverQuote, a Boston-based startup. Since then these ads have become prolific on the web (and nearly as prolific are Aram's tweets documenting the malfeasance).
At this point, there's no risk at being outraged at DFM, and much of the news industry has jumped aboard.
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