From Monday’s New York Times.
From Monday’s New York Times.
There’s a dragon in your newspaper! And it’s all for the season three premiere.
Sometimes “We regret the error” isn’t quite strong enough. (via Finn)
In an internal memo, the company tells employees not to fall victim to phishing. A human hack, not code, let intruders through the door.
The mayor of Newark is in control of his own narrative like no other man or woman in politics. But can he run the same show from the national stage?
This is what happens when you cast Lindsay Lohan in your movie.
A list of names worth a thousand pictures.
The photos and videos are part of The New York Times Hollywood Heroines piece. (via nytimes.com)
In 2003, and The New York Times was ON IT.
Israeli accounts challenged the Times columnist’s criticism of Israel for strikes that killed two men he described as journalists.
Print isn’t dead! At least for these 13 people.
He wants a pair of McCaskill stories covered. The Post-Dispatch assures: “If there’s a story there, you can be sure we’ll run with it.”
Live stream from the DNC with BuzzFeed and The New York Times.
Mitch McConnell talks to BuzzFeed about the Web, the election, and his plans to let Democrats take a few votes if he becomes Majority Leader. “I kind of like this new environment.”
Yesterday, a link to an opinion piece by former New York Times editor Bill Keller was all over Twitter. Turns out it was a prank that fooled even the paper’s lead tech writer. (Updated)
His aides sent a mystery 2,200-word dispatch to the Times. PIN messages and deleted emails.
The New York Times review of the Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 is everything wrong with gadget reviews.
Former New York Times Company CEO Janet Robinson was called “the Nanny” behind her back, according to New York Magazine. This is not a position I aspire to — but it’s one that a lot of high-powered women find themselves in.
A Super PAC’s scheme to depict Barack Obama as a “black, metrosexual Abe Lincoln” in a GOP ad campaign was discovered by the New York Times today. Here’s a Photoshop rendering of how literally cool Metro Abe would look.
The New York Times wrote up the latest Twitter battle, the conservative take-over of yet another Obama hashtag, #julia. Hugh, in Pennsylvania, thinks the media is making too much of it.
You’ve probably heard the latest report about CNN’s terrible ratings. Here’s what they could do to turn things around.
Retweets Keach Hagey’s announcement of a coming scoop, then scoops her directly afterwards.
The mid-market British tabloid is the Internet’s biggest newspaper. The gap grew to 3.7 million uniques in January; Clarke hopes it will stop the Gray Lady’s “whining.”
The New York Times wrote about Rodney Ascher’s documentary on Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining.” It turns out they don’t know the Kubrick masterpiece as well as they thought. (via twitter.com)
Alas, stopping to text with your back against the wall is only half the battle. Can we forcibly remove all slow people from the sidewalks also?
Kudos to “The Times” for correcting such an egregious mistake.
Taken from Alex Prager’s wonderful gallery, “Touch of Evil: Cinematic Villainy From the Year’s Best Performers” for The New York Times, here’s a still of Pitt as David Lynch’s breakthrough madman. Watch Video ›
Or rather, overcomplicating it needlessly. I guess I’d rather look at a nice pithy chart than read another article about ’90s revivalism.
And they did it quickly. This just shows what a few subtle word changes can do for the NYPD. View Image ›
This New York Times photo of a sexy raw chicken is currently all the rage on the internet. Unfortunately, not everyone could find the humor in this adorable little chicken. (PETA, I’m looking at you.) View List ›