Who Gives A Crap About A.P. Style Anyway?

There was a big blow up 8 days ago when the Assoc. Press decided it’s okay to use ‘over’ when really you should be saying more than. What’s the Big Deal? It’s not like an A.P. style rule is one of the 10 Commandments or anything.

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FiveThirtyEight And The Death Of Mediocrity

Competition for consumers’ limited attention is fierce, so if you’re creating content you better be really, really good. If not? Well, you’re already dead.

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The Wall Street Journal Goes Big On Video

The nation’s leading business publication is betting big on video coverage. Our John Reinan discovered that first-hand at the International Builders’ Show.

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Nick D’Aloisio’s Yahoo News Digest App Cracks The New Media Code

An app from the teenager from Down Under will bring back that old feeling of grabbing the daily newspaper from your front step each morning.

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“Fresh Pots” And Other Signs Your Workplace May Be Postmodern

Sending around a funny gif of Dave Grohl is an innocuous gesture that belies a more complex system of interaction that, like it or not, is a key part of how we communicate in 2013.

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Skimming Or Skimping On The News?

Many of us don’t have time to read, watch or listen to the news as much as we’d like. So now here comes theSkimm, the latest of many services that will send condensed news straight to your inbox.

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Thom Yorke And David Byrne Remind Us What’s At Stake

Wherever your opinion lies, the dilemma around Spotify, music streaming and revenue streams is a familiar one. David Byrne and Thom Yorke’s weigh in and highlight more than just one ailing industry’s woes.

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‘The Pitch’ Is Back… And It’s Worse Than Ever

After a decent first season, the reality show that aims to depict the cutthroat ad agency business has gone downhill. And yet, who can turn away from a train wreck?

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The Cord-Cutting Revolution Is Nigh

Juggernauts like ESPN and HBO considering a-la-carte options for their content means the cord-cutting revolution will be televised….on your iPad.

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The Death Of Terrestrial Radio

When terrestrial radio loses a ‘long time listener’ like John Reinan, they’ve lost the war. Why has this lifelong broadcast radio fanatic gone to the dark side of satellite radio?

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