Highly depressing read, both into the writing practiced at AOL and what this business considers important (just generating stupid trivial trash to generate pageviews).
Even the technology journalism sites can’t get things right on occasion.
Good point to recognize this difference, but the point must still be made that both need to be paid, and half to find a system that enables writers and publishers to make money off the content.
Cable news no matter the network typically is a pile of fail when it comes to science.
Nice take down UCS.
This is super short article but man it details the entire story of Schmidt leaving Google as C.E.O.
This is a classic New Yorker story, take a single idea or story go really in depth, pull interesting nuggets and raise questions.
Journalism unfortunately by it’s nature leads people with limited training in any area other than writing to report on areas upon which they have no or limited knowledge thus leading them to say incorrect/stupid stuff.
This is probably the best explanation as to why the Wikileaks story is so polarizing.
This is an interesting aspect to the story of Wikileaks and the document dump it’s performing.