Links 9-7-11: No more Arrington?, Krug on Bitcoin, Sextortion

September 07 0 Comments Category: Actual, Links

CNN Money is reporting that Michael Arrington, possibly in reaction to his call for TechCrunch’s editorial independence, has been fired from AOL

Links 3-7-11: Facebook comments, Alice returns, Twitter in Manhattan, Ask Me Anything in USA Today

March 08 0 Comments Category: Actual, Links

The big controversy of the day is Facebook comments, stemming off the big post on TechCrunch looking at their own use of Facebook comments.

Links 3-3-11: Four day Gmail outage over, WordPress DDoS-ed, Westboro wins Supreme Court case

March 04 1 Comment Category: Actual, Links

The internet (and the country) continue to react to the Supreme Court’s ruling that the extremest church’s hurtful speech is still protected under the first amendment.

Huffington Post and AOL: 5 things to take away

February 07 Comments Off on Huffington Post and AOL: 5 things to take away Category: Feed, HackText

AOL has announced that it will acquire the Huffington Post and place Arianna Huffington as AOL’s editor in chief. What does this mean for the media, the future of content creation and the internet at large?

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