Nice piece by Mathew Ingram for PaidContent. ?
First, I really appreciate Mathew Ingram's writeup in Gigaom about what we're doing at Small Picture. If you haven't read it, and you're a regular here, go read it now. Lots of good stuff. ;-) However.. (you knew that was coming) We are not making blogging tools. We are making software for creative people -- writers, designers and programmers. Show More Summary
Mayer’s much-hyped relaunch of the home page seems a lot like adding a new coat of paint and some racing stripes to your old Chevy. It may make you feel better, but it’s not going to go any faster. – Mathew Ingram, GigaOM
There’s an interesting Pew study making the rounds that gives examples of four newspapers that are actually growing. Paid Content’s Mathew Ingram has an interesting write up of it here. He breaks down the main lessons from the papers, but neglects to emphasize the biggest: These are all relatively small papers that rely primarily on local markets that aren’t...
Mathew Ingram sees a new trend among disparate artists and writers: In many ways, conservative blogger Andrew Sullivan and alternative musician Amanda Palmer couldn’t be more different: the former writes about the Obama administration and the intricacies of U.S. foreign policy, while the latter is the former lead singer of a punk band called The Dresden Dolls [...]
By Noah Nelson Time for the latest buzz about Twitter, the company. Let's start with Mathew Ingram over at GigaOM: According to a number...
Tech site CNET was about to give Dish Network's latest set-top box a best-of-show editorial award, but rescinded the plaudits because its parent company, CBS, is suing the manufacturer. Mathew Ingram points out how this compromises CNET's journalistic credibility, and Buzzfeed's John Hermann says it exposes a profound difference in product journalism and actual journalism [...]
Dinosaur alert: Irish newspapers desperately trying to charge for links — Mathew Ingram via paidContent In a statement released on Friday, the country’s newspaper industry also confirms that it is lobbying to have Irish copyright laws...Show More Summary
I am about to commit an act of meta-journalism. I'm sorry. I hate meta-journalism. I unfollowed GigaOm's Mathew Ingram (a fine writer) on Twitter some time ago because I could not muster any more interest in articles about articles and blog posts about blogging. Show More Summary
We take a look (or listen) back in this week's podcast, bringing you Tumblr CEO David Karp and his fireside chat with Mathew Ingram from our recent GigaOM RoadMap conference. They talk about building a positive user experience in a world full of trolls.
You’ll never read about gay rights or see the word “pig” in The National. (AJR.com) Ron Fournier goes from editor-in-chief to editorial director at National Journal. (politico.com) Sarah Lacey says Mathew Ingram is “completely 1,000 percent right” about paywalls. (pandodaily.com) Toledo Blade gives nonsubscribers 20 free digital stories a month. (Toledoblade.com) … Read More
GigaOm’s Mathew Ingram is one of my favorite bloggers (who doesn’t work at PandoDaily), so I’m delighted that this time, I actually agree with him on something. Go read his post on why paywalls are not the answer to dying newspapers right now. Because he’s completely 1,000 percent right. Ingram takes on the Columbia Journalism Review for calling...
Mathew Ingram points us to the somewhat stunning claim that, during the Macy's Thanksgiving parade last week, some of the confetti showered down on viewers in Manhattan was poorly shredded documents from the Nassau County police department...Show More Summary
Mathew Ingram has an interesting post on GigaOm today about why Facebook should buy Tumblr. He lays out a compelling case of Tumblr's insane growth, which I admit was bigger than I'd expected. As I read I nodded my head, until I stopped...Show More Summary
The Storm Team at News Channel 4 reports on a shirtless man wearing a Archie McPhee horse head mask seen jogging in NW Washington DC in advance of Hurricane Sandy. Is this some kind of bizarre pre-storm ritual? via Mathew Ingram
Mathew Ingram is disturbed by the recent decisions of Twitter, Google and Reddit to censor content: Twitter’s decision to bow to Germany’s desire to block a specific [neo-Nazi group's] account is troubling for a number of reasons. Although it is...
“we’re living in a golden age where the internet is kind of self-cleaning oven” and the truth eventually comes out says @carr2n –Mathew Ingram, quoting from a David Carr lecture via Twitter
Venture capitalist Fred Wilson has a typically insightful post discussing the question of whether or not being "open" conflicts with making money, building off a post by Mathew Ingram about his love/hate relationship with Twitter inShow More Summary
According to Mathew Ingram at GigaOM, there is apparently a raging debate over whether or not Twitter would actually benefit as a service if users had to pay to use it. I'll admit to being a little bit surprised when I saw this, butShow More Summary
Mathew Ingram points us to a column by yet another "old school journalist," Leonard Pitts Jr., lamenting the trouble that newspapers are having today, which once again includes the two most popular ridiculous "tropes" of old school journalists. Show More Summary