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Facebook, Twitter Are Making The World Worse, Kara Swisher Warns
Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook “have been working humanity’s last nerve for far too long now,” the veteran Silicon Valley journalist writes.
Mary Meeker's Data Drives Video 2.0
Technologist / Business Leader / Author
So when Meeker proclaims this to be a new "Golden Age" for TV... and credits "Content Creation, Consumption, Curation, and
The One Month in Digital Media You
Former intern at Huffington Post Politics and NowThis
What besides the sheer volume of announcements and splashy launches has made the last month in media different from any other?
Welcome To The Internet, David Brooks!
Ignatius described the past week as one that went from "painful" -- in the sense that the Graham family's sun was setting
The Twitterati Search Political Media Women
Chairman of the Board, Miss America Organization
You can keep searching, pinning and tweeting but none of these women have been defined by or talk about who they date, what they wear or any food plan.
WATCH: 4 Reasons Why Women Will Rule The Future Of Technology
Kara Swisher, Tech Writer, Suffers From Stroke
How shall I put this as delicately as I am known for: So I went to AsiaD in Hong Kong and all I got was this lousy transient
Kara Swisher on Beet.TV and the "Next Era of Journalism"
"I really like to see a lot of small media companies like Andy's just take the diversity that is really encouraging and move it into the next era of journalism," Kara Swisher, co-executive editor of All Things Digital, tells Alison Kitchens of the American Journalism Review.
How Kara Swisher Gets Her Scoops: "Tasers and Idle Threats"
Here on the streets of Manhattan last week, we spoke with Kara Swisher, Co-Executive Editor of All Things Digital, about her Loeb award and her definition of blogging (it's the same as reporting, she says).
Kara Swisher: IPO Market Showing "Froth" as Zynga Readies Offering
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
Eric Schmidt: Gang of Four Dominates Tech World
According to Eric Schmidt, this is first time Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon all have exploding new platforms that are not only generating profits for themselves but also thousands of third party developers.
Kara Swisher: HuffPost-AOL Deal Means 'News Is An Exciting Area And It Always Will Be' (AUDIO)
Swisher also said that the Huffington Post has moved beyond left and right. Kara Swisher called into NPR Monday morning and
Disney CEO Bob Iger Talks About The Entertainment Giant's Digital Plan
i always enjoy talking digital with Iger--who is pictured above in an interview I did with him in 2006 at the fourth D: All
Video: Kara Swisher, Walt Mossberg Readying All Things Digital Conference: Big Opening Night with Steve Jobs
Back in February we sat down with Kara Swisher for this overview of the conference, "D8," the eighth she has produced with her colleague Walt Mossberg.
How a Young Kara Swisher Got Her Big Break at the Washington Post (Video)
James Cameron, Steve Ballmer, FCC Chair Julius Genachowski Booked for Sold-out AllThingsD (video)
Media Executives Live in Apple's "Beautiful Fascist Environment," Kara Swisher
With $25 Million in the Bank, Huffington Looks to Local Expansion
Today in New York, The Huffington Post launches its New York local site. This is part of big roll out of local and "hyper local" sites planned, says Arianna Huffington.
Silicon Alley Insider: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Blogger at Media Curmudgeon.com; Teacher at The New School, NYU
The website Silicon Alley Insider has a split personality -- when it's good, it's very good and when it's bad, it's awful.
Yahoo-ers Hate AOL Deal But Too Afraid To Tell Jerry
Kara Swisher called up a half-dozen of her senior Yahoo (YHOO) sources and asked them what they thought of Yahoo's new merge
Is Microsoft Ready To Pull Its Yahoo Bid?
Read more on Silicon Alley Insider The Valley Bigwig outlined this strategy to us two weeks ago msft drags heals til april
Facebook Growth Slower Than Thought, Not "The Next Google"
Is a $300-$350 million a lot of revenue for a young company? Sure. But Facebook is often referred to as "The Next Google
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