Yesterday Mathew Ingram, a longtime friend and professional journalist, put out a call for feeds for a reboot of his use of RSS. This got me thinking. What if a community created such a list of feeds, and did it over a period of weeks...Show More Summary
Just read a piece in Fortune by my longtime friend Mathew Ingram about Kellyanne Conway and Trump's war against the media. Ingram makes it sound like a conundrum. If they don't give her airtime that will just fuel their argument that the press is at war with them. Show More Summary
Tucker Carlson tonight faced off with Fortune senior writer Mathew Ingram after Ingram argued that BuzzFeed was right to publish that dossier with unverified allegations against President-elect Donald Trump.
Though the notion of the Facebook "filter bubble" has been around for a while, it's picked up a huge amount of steam following the election of Donald Trump — perhaps just a little too much steam. While Techdirt has long been of the opinion that pointing fingers at Facebook is misguided, there are plenty of people who disagree. Show More Summary
Thanks to Mathew Ingram for crediting me with the observation, going back many years now, that the impact of the Internet on journalism is more than just a more efficient distribution system, of news to readers. It's also more efficient at routing information and ideas from sources of news to users of news. Show More Summary
Mathew Ingram has a post where he looks at the pros and cons of Twitter getting rid of the 140-character limit. I don't think there are any cons, they have to do it. Here's why. Facebook is right. People don't click on links. It's not just true of mobile readers, it's true of all readers, everywhere all the time. Show More Summary
Says Mathew Ingram in his recent Fortune article, "Half of all online ads are never seen by a human being, huge amounts of traffic and clicks come from bot networks, and fraud is rampant." This is what you can do to protect yourself...
Last Friday, Aug. 7, 2015, Mathew Ingram, on the website of Fortune magazine, wrote that investors had spent the previous two days selling-off “TV-related stocks…over fears that the rise of cord-cutting is a bigger problem than they thought.” He added...
One of the things that I watched with great fascination is when a website called Gigaom folded recently and everyone who worked there was like “WAIT WHAAAA?” The site’s own media correspondent, Mathew Ingram, was most baffled, which is kinda sad. The “why” of it was terrible spending and debt service and all kinds of […]
“ Wishing good luck to @stoweboyd, who is trying to reboot Gigaom’s paid research arm: http://t.co/xdtFioDmGT — Mathew Ingram (@mathewi) July 6, 2015 ”
Mathew Ingram recently wrote a fantastic post about Twitter's big mistake a few years back, basically killing off its openness for developers. He builds his argument off of an interesting post from Ben Thompson, arguing that Twitter has lost its strategic focus. Show More Summary
Two weeks ago, Mathew Ingram from GigaOM pinged me via my Google Profile to ask what my thoughts — as an open web advocate — are on Twitter’s new annotations feature. He ended up posted portions of my response yesterday in a post titled...Show More Summary
Fortune swoops in and recruits former Gigaom staffers Stacey Higginbotham, Barb Darrow, Katie Fehrenbacher, Mathew Ingram, Jeff John Roberts and Jonathan Vanian. That’s quite a haul, a serious boon to the publication’s technology coverage,...Show More Summary
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review. Exit Interview: Mathew IngramMathew Ingram, the media critic of GigaOm, does his exit interview with the Columbia Journalism Review after GigaOm suddenly folds. —Jason Pontin, editor in chief and publisher
On Monday, Gigaom, a widely respected blog dedicated to tech coverage, suddenly shut down. By all external appearances, the site was successful: It claimed well over 6 million monthly readers, was staffed by more than 70 employees, and had its own research platform. Just last year, founder Om Malik announced that Gigaom was taking $8 million in venture capital money...
At 5:57 Pacific Standard Time yesterday evening, the managers of Gigaom posted one last news story: it was shutting down. Gigaom, the business and technology news site that was widely regarded as one of the world’s most crucial sources...Show More Summary
Unless it’s a prank or a hacked account, writer Mathew Ingram reports that GigaOm, a popular blog launched in 2006, is shutting down, evidently having run out of money and/or the will to keep on pushing. Again, it’s early, so maybe this is a hacked account. If so, I’ll gladly (and with a sigh of […] The post GigaOm Reportedly Shutting Down appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
GigaOM’s Mathew Ingram is on a bit of a campaign lately to convince the world that Buzzfeed is “beating” the New York Times — which to some, is a little bit like saying Coke is beating UNICEF. Although both media outlets publish a great number of pieces of content both good and bad, they have very different business models. Show More Summary
“ Interesting move by @Upworthy, hiring former New York Times editor @amyoleary as editorial director — congrats Amy! http://t.co/ldQd6Ghilp — Mathew Ingram (@mathewi) January 6, 2015 ”
Medium has hired someone to develop its native advertising partnerships, the first such role for the company. As Mathew Ingram previously reported, the blog company is expanding its content advertising, publishing…