I hope that 2009 will be the year when creators of valuable content start charging and readers begin paying for the journalism they want.
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One of the reasons the Democrats have taken such a significant percentage of under 30's is the internet and what the internet has done to the neuropsychology of these Millennials.
Someday, coal-fired electricity plants will likely be able to capture and store their global warming pollution, and that's something that NRDC encourages, as long as it's done well.
In March 2008, I asked readers of HuffPost to reach out to reporters and bloggers to help tell the story of Turk Sabri Bogday, who at the time faced unjust execution in Saudi Arabia.
What do you think about a site that makes it easy to find people interested in having affairs? I'm thinking this is not geared to the younger set, but rather to aging boomers.
Technology and the Internet were crucial to helping elect Barack Obama president and it will be crucial to the success of his administration.
What we don't appear to understand yet is that no amount of money, time or regulation can possibly resolve this problem while a few banks continue to hold the entire nation hostage.
YouTube has become the default TV of the Internet. This is remarkable considering that a) It did not exist during the last presidential campaign and b) so much of the content is by non-professionals.
As the tech community poured over whitehouse.gov, one of the first subterranean changes noted was that of a file most people would never notice called robots.txt.
Icelanders don't have the culture of crowds. There are no subways, no train stations, so Facebook has made a great social impact and has played a vital role in the days since the economic crash.
Thanks to digital organizing, Obama now has a secular congregation as big as America. That congregation elected him. Now that same congregation is going to practice the values that he has preached.
Our industry is faced with an advertising depression, a rapid acceleration of media fragmentation, and audience shifts to non ad-supported media.
Ideas are like twinkling slivers of understanding. They flash in your mind, and you go, "Yeah!" It's not usually the whole thing that comes to you. Just a fragment.
Randi Zuckerberg: "When journalists can really engage with this audience and enlist Facebook users to market and share their content, that is such a powerful way to share credible news and information."
Status Updates on Facebook have a whole new tone to them these days. In the past week these innocuous little descriptors have been replaced by some heavy war-petting, Israel style.
Men (or women!) ready to propose who buy off a website get a great bargain -- rings often go for half their value. This way, they avoid buying a brand new ring, which consumes additional resources.
Could journalism die? Yes, but I have faith and optimism that it will survive, evolve, and grow. I believe there will be a growing market demand for journalism; I know there is a growing need.
The Department of Interior Office of Inspector General released a report in July that found they had awarded millions of dollars in government small business contracts to Fortune 500 firms.
With amazing speed, President-elect Obama has answered the question of what would become of the mouth-watering database of names his campaign created from volunteers and donors.
The McCain web strategists are combining an outdated strategy of tight control with a woeful neglect of Web 2.0 tools.
Without carbon labeling, it's hard for consumers to know which products make the eco-friendly grade and which don't (and some would argue it's difficu...
It appears John McCain has accepted the maximum individual campaign donation from the owner of America's largest gay sex hook-up website.
Recycling may be getting easier each year, but let's face it: People are lazy. Technology ends up in landfills, when it could be deconstructed for its perfectly good parts.
The patent system is often portrayed as the defender of creativity, but as it's grown powerful, it's become a tool to extract settlements from little guys with the threat of astronomical legal costs.
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