Nick Denton wants to turn the online media world on its head — GigaOM Mathew Ingram: In particular, Denton hopes that handling comments in this way will encourage the subjects of stories to become involved in rebutting these reports directly … Read more →
Tim Berners-Lee: demand your data from Google and Facebook – The Guardian Berners-Lee has some valid concerns, but he’s getting a bit hyperbolic and there’s even some misinformation here. For starters, Facebook lets you download a copy of all the … Read more →
Verizon announces data sharing plans this summer, iPhones still majority of smartphone sales | 9to5Mac Finally.
Slow-motion highlights at 2500 frames per second from some of the most atypical scenarios, courtesy of Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt. via The Next Web
Blogsy 3.4 is out for iPad. Among other great new features like a Retina upgrade and new support for searching and adding Vimeo movies to your posts, it brings full support for Tumblr, its post types, and all blogs attached … Read more →
“My problems with Nintendo are: requiring 6000 unit sales before payment a certification process that took us 9 months and a 40mb limit.” — Trent Oster So… sounds like that’s going well.
Path Finder 6 is out If you’ve ever caught yourself asking “Why doesn’t Finder do….”, Path Finder is the answer to your question. It has a dual-pane file browser, a Drop Stack for collecting files you want to move, an … Read more →
Why Facebook Terrifies Google – ReadWriteWeb Dan Frommer: And then you’ll get to the magic [of Facebook’s ad-creation tool]: Facebook’s targeting page. Here, you can narrow your ad’s target by an incredible basket of options. Location, age, gender, precise interests … Read more →
“If Facebook buying Instagram pissed you off, I have a suggestion. Don’t just stop using Instagram, stop using free social networks and services period. Stop using sites like Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare or Pinterest, because it is a given that they … Read more →
Daring Fireball Linked List: How Apple Could Make a 4-Inch iPhone Methinks Gruber just seriously fanned the flames of the “next iPhone could have a 4-inch screen” rumors. Scratch that. He dumped half a can of gas on them.