Reporter, The New York Times. Ex-Londoner.

Andrew Sullivan Retires From Blogging

nytimes.com — Andrew Sullivan, a prolific writer on politics and culture who was a web journalism pioneer, announced on Wednesday that he would stop blogging. Mr. Sullivan said in a post on his site, The Dish, that he had been blogging for 15 years.

Com a decadência da 'Playboy', novas revistas eróticas são mais artísticas

www1.folha.uol.com.br — Pornografia antigamente queria dizer "Playboy", Penthouse" ou qualquer outra das centenas de revistas que as bancas expunham nas prateleiras mais altas e que os leitores compravam furtivamente.

Michael Bloomberg Shakes Up Newsroom Side of His Company

nytimes.com — Things have changed at Bloomberg since its founder, Michael R. Bloomberg, returned to the office. Some of the changes are small. He had struggled to find the paper towel dispensers, artfully hidden behind the mirrors in the company bathrooms, so he had them labeled with arrows.

Topless Photos Return at The Sun Tabloid’s Page 3

nytimes.com — The news swept the world, applauded as a sign of progress. After 40 years Britain's Sun newspaper, according to news reports this week, would stop running photographs of topless women on its Page 3. But late Wednesday the paper, which still sells about two million copies a day, posted an image on its Twitter account of what it said was tomorrow's third page.

As Playboy and Penthouse Fade, Newer Pornographic Magazines Tilt Artistic

nytimes.com — Pornography used to mean Playboy or Penthouse or another of the hundreds of glossy magazines kept on high shelves and purchased furtively. In the not too distant past, Playboy and Penthouse each sold five million or more copies a month, and were so much a part of the culture that in 1986 a federal judge ruled that denying blind people a Braille version of Playboy violated their First Amendment rights.

10 companies join effort to test drones for newsgathering

pics.mcclatchyinteractive.com — A coalition of 10 news organizations, including The New York Times, The Washington Post and NBCUniversal, has formed a partnership with Virginia Tech to test drones for newsgathering, the companies said Thursday.

10 companies join effort to test drones for newsgathering

staradvertiser.com — A coalition of 10 news organizations, including The New York Times, The Washington Post and NBCUniversal, has formed a partnership with Virginia Tech to test drones for newsgathering, the companies said Thursday. The partnership, the companies said in a statement, is "designed to conduct controlled safety testing of a series of real-life scenarios where the news media could use small UAS technology to gather the news."

Viacom Chief’s Contract Extended Until 2018

nytimes.com — Viacom, the media group that includes MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon as well as the Paramount film studio, has extended the contract of its chief executive and president, Philippe Dauman, until 2018, the company said Thursday. Mr. Dauman, 60, a lawyer, became chief in 2006. His contract was set to expire in 2016.

A.H. Belo among 10 companies in partnership to test drones for newsgathering

dallasnews.com — A coalition of 10 news organizations, including The New York Times, The Washington Post and NBC Universal has formed a partnership with Virginia Tech to test drones for newsgathering, the companies said Thursday. The partnership, the companies said in a statement, is "designed to conduct controlled safety testing of a series of real-life scenarios where the news media could use small UAS technology to gather the news."

10 Companies Join Effort to Test Drones for Newsgathering

nytimes.com — A coalition of 10 news organizations, including The New York Times, The Washington Post and NBC Universal has formed a partnership with Virginia Tech to test drones for newsgathering, the companies said Thursday. The partnership, the companies said in a statement, is "designed to conduct controlled safety testing of a series of real-life scenarios where the news media could use small UAS technology to gather the news."
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Jan 29, 2015

RT @vikasbajaj: Chinese govt makes it harder to vault the Great Firewall by clamping down on VPNs nytimes.com/2015/01/30/wor… @AndrewJacobsNYT

Jan 29, 2015

@carr2n @AlexBalk Reminds me of that Woody Allen line: life is either miserable or horrible. If yours is just miserable, you're doing OK.

Jan 29, 2015

RT @carr2n: Have you had your cup of bummer today? theawl.com/2015/01/becaus… @AlexBalk on how the calendar says your life sucks right now.

Jan 28, 2015

RT @jameshohmann: After blowup, Mike Pence says there WON'T be a state-run news site after all. Says he found abt it in the Indy Star. politico.com/blogs/media/20…

Jan 28, 2015

@raju @jonswaine I bet it compares more closely with sports or acting, in that sense, than with other office jobs.

Jan 28, 2015

RT @raju: Based on @LinkedIn's 300 mil profiles, 40% of journalists are out of the profession at end of 3rd year, 70% by year 5 pic.twitter.com/lw0ULiR0Fh

Jan 28, 2015

RT @thegarance: C.I.A. Officer Is Found Guilty in Leak Tied to Times Reporter nyti.ms/1CZuMKW

Jan 27, 2015

RT @a_greenberg: Boom: The Story of an ATM Bombing Spree bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-… This is some seriously impressive show-offy web stuff

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