Media consolidation offers tradeoffs for studios and publishers, their managers and employees.
Amy Hoy writes about how the style of chronologically organized, stream updates for websites swallowed up the entire web: "...the damn reverse chronology bias — once called into creation, it hungers eternally — sought its next victim. Myspace. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Pinterest, of all things. Today these social publishing tools are beginning to buck reverse chronological sort;… Continue reading Amy Hoy: the chronologically organized web is “a decent servant but a terrible master”
"Google researchers in Silicon Valley were trying to figure out why so many smartphones were freezing up half a world away. One in three smartphone users in India run out of space on their phones daily."
The Wikimedia Foundation (which operates Wikipedia and its associated community projects like Creative Commons) funded new research into the supply and distribution of misinformation, fake news and falsified content. The research provides a helpful framework that makes it easier to discuss this complex and tricky topic. The representative chart below divides trends of fake news… Continue reading A framework for understanding fake news
We need more thorough analysis of how disruption is impacting entrants to the workforce.