This isn't a new argument -- music journalists are quick to pick up concert buzz, and YouTube videos saturate the Internet with unneeded content -- but the extent to which we suck the live experience dry is notable.
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The smart money says that things will get worse before they get better. Publishers will have to start thinking more like software start-ups. Are you ready for some aspirin yet?
Recently, Google helped bridge the technology-content rift. These are good times for those of us who value high quality, meaningful content -- the wor...
An editorial in the New Republic resembles a plaintive cry that the Internet is taking us not to democratic heaven, but to democratic hell. I have some sympathy -- but with reservations.
Something is changing around web content. The volume of bits of data is growing wildly, and social search seems to be on the rise. So, what's happening?
Google has released an experimental extension for its Chrome browser that will allow users to block "content farms" from appearing in Google search re...
Content farms take note: Google is trying to snuff out spam and "low-quality sites" in search results.
In a blog post, the search giant acknowledged ...
Demand Media is in the business of content "farming." To get an overview of the company and its strategy, we spoke with co-founder Shawn Colo.
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