Fortune magazine’s Mathew Ingram looks at the healthy ambitions of Snapchat, which has been evolving at a furious rate.
The Paris attacks. The Brussels bombings. These were all acts of terror that resulted from years of work by Islamic State to test the Europeans’ counter-terrorism skills, says a New York Times report.
Simon Houpt of the Globe and Mail explores whether journalists helped shape the outcome of the Jian Ghomeshi sexual assault trial as much or more than they reported it.
Garry Shandling, a veteran American comic genius, passed away Thursday at age 66. But he lives on through his influence on the work of others.
From Reuters via the Globe and Mail (“Fugitive from Paris attacks wounded, caught in Brussels shootout“): Europe’s most wanted man was captured after a shootout in Brussels in a major coup for authorities investigating November’s Islamic State attacks on Paris. And that man is …
From the Washington Post via TheStar.com (“Twitter’s 140-character limit is here to stay“): There was good news for the Twitter faithful Friday: the network’s signature 140-character limit isn’t going anywhere.
This Toronto Star op-ed by Madeleine Drohan is headlined Five things you need to know to save journalism, but I found it a bit misleading because it really doesn’t offer anything in terms of solutions.
For middle-aged journalists in the United States, these are the worst of times. First to be targeted in downsizings, last to be rehired.
I don’t have anything profound to add to the post I wrote 10 years ago today: Looking back on the great downsizing of 1996.