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Executive Editor — Digiday
As seen in:  Digiday, Guardian, Time Magazine

Executive editor, Digiday. Tiny dancer. Made of shame and whiskey. (Views expressed herein barely reflect my own, much less those of my employer.)

braiker — If you need me tonight I’ll be doing my patriotic duty by watching the #FareTheeWell live stream at Camp in Brooklyn. (Oh and anyone who ever told you the Dead wasn’t a good studio band was just repeating garbage lies they heard on the playground.) (at Camp)


braiker — The DeLorean Sisters' first recordt is on bandcamp and you should stream/buy it (or individual tracks, OR T-SHIRTS) for the holiday weekend. DO IT FOR AMERICA.

'The tragedy!': Cookie Monster endorses ad tech, sort of — Publishers 'The tragedy!': Cookie Monster endorses ad tech, sort of On a recent tour of the new "Sesame Street" set, Digiday ran into Cookie Monster, a central character of the show for its entire run. As the program prepares to enter its 46th season, the set has been upgraded, along with a few other updates that will be announced later in the year.

'Sesame Street' gets a new look — "Sesame Street," prepping for its 46th season this Fall, is giving its iconic neighborhood a new look. Digiday took a tour of the new set of the public television stalwart and found some big changes. Gone is Elmo's building - he's moved across the street to the brownstone at 123 - exposing a skyline that provides a new depth of field to the set.

Michael Wolff on TV's new golden era, Gawker's 'sociopaths' — In his new book, "Television is the New Television," USA Today media columnist Michael Wolff argues that digital media is a house of cards. However big the scale that a site like BuzzFeed manages to achieve (and it's not as big as everyone thinks), the value of that traffic has plummeted.

braiker — Unloading at Hanks. Unbeknownst to us we’ve been rescheduled for 10. So you have plenty of time to get here! Yeehaw. (at Hanks Saloon)

braiker — Just watched @therealgeorgeclinton go asparagus picking on the side of a highway somewhere because Periscope. The future is now and it is funky. #DrFunkenstein #MothershipAsparagus

Inc.'s Jim Ledbetter: 'The old ways have broken down' — Over the past two years, Inc. magazine has been quietly killing it. The 35-year-old publication for and about mid-market entrepreneurs got a redesign in 2013 and a National Magazine Award the following year. Its events business is a juggernaut, anchored by the Inc. 5000, which dates back to 1981.


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Jul 04, 2015

RT @1815now: Artifacts placed in the cornerstone of Baltimore's Washington Monument. — July 4 1815.…

Jul 04, 2015

Photo: If you need me tonight I’ll be doing my patriotic duty by watching the #FareTheeWell live stream at...

Jul 04, 2015

Nina Simone dance remixes are the scourge of humanity.

Jul 03, 2015

Photo: Good job, person who designed the Wiffle Ball box.

Jul 02, 2015

RT @rogerdooley: Just me or does the Comcast building look like Darth Vader's HQ on Earth?

Jul 02, 2015

my squad goal is to have a group of friends that enjoy each others' company over beverages. and never refers to itself as a squad.

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