Bit.ly, a website that allows users to shortens URLs, released an interactive map Thursday that shows in realtime which site are most popular in every state according to bit.ly links.
Funny, suspending ‘disbelief’ (not that it’s needed) was never a problem for the audience on these other shows.
Jessica Grose talks about her new novel about a women’s blog, and how it relates to the real, sometimes stressful life of a woman writing on the internet.
I went to a SXSW panel called, “Is Aggregation Theft?” I tweeted from it. Then some people got unhappy, at least momentarily. (Sorry.)
We’re quickly coming up on a year since the iPad was released, and while opinions may have been divided early on, there’s simply no questioning now that Apple’s take on the tablet PC singlehandedly made that long-failing device category suddenly viable.
Why are there suddenly so many Indians on television?
Did you know that during Prohibition, the government poisoned booze and ended up killing 10,000 Americans? It’s a fascinating story.
Slate launched a site for the ladyfolk, or rather, a blog “written mostly by women, but not just for them.” Read More ›
Slate’s been asking people to send in their photos capturing life during the recession. Read More ›
The blogosphere is giving birth to tons vaginablogs as of late. Given the rising popularity of chick blogs like Jezebel and Broadsheet, Maxim is working on an online “Maxim for women” project, while Slate is turning it’s female-centered blog, The XX Factor, into a web magazine titled Double X. Read More ›