By Kirsten O’Brien (Editor’s note: The featured photo is of a work entitled “The Legend of Jerry Roundtree,” by Seth Friedman. Image: James Harnois) The University of Washington (UW) has gone mad, although not in a disorderly chaos kind-of-way. Show More Summary
The news media sector has become heavily dependent on traffic from Facebook and Google. A reliance now dangerously close to addiction. Maybe it’s time to refocus on direct access. Digital publishers pride themselves on their ability...Show More Summary
(Above: Kathy Matosich at Instagram’s offices in Menlo Park, CA: Image by Charlotte Nesbitt) You might not know it it, but content strategy is everywhere on Facebook. It’s hard to realize how much content Facebook has, because its primary role is to help you find stories from your friends. Show More Summary
The new iPad Air 2 is more than a mere iteration, but the real revolution in the iPad line may be heralded by the introduction of the iPhone 6 Plus. Related columns: The iPad Is a Tease As Apple is about to release its latest quarterly numbers, new questions arise about the iPad’s “anemic” growth. The...
They say love is blind, but Christian Rudder, co-founder of the popular dating site OkCupid and writer of the OkTrends blog about online dating, is using OKCupid’s vast treasure trove of data to help improve our visibility into matters of the heart. Show More Summary
At the Seattle Interactive Conference this week, the “Makers” theme was on full display. This year’s speakers? They’re makers in every sense of the word. They make media, technologies, stories, designs, startups, sense of data and so much more. Show More Summary
Blogger, marketer, chef, and CEO of local startup Farmstr, Janelle Maiocco, knows all about the power of making. And, sometimes, “making” makes your days very busy. “There are just no normal days in a startup, when you’re moving quickly...Show More Summary