I rant about Facebook’s newly revamped design, why detractors of their news feed algorithm are missing the plot, how Google’s search results are judged by a double-standard, and why there are so many Facebook ads that contain cleavage shots.
In addition, I get livid over journalists who ignore the economic realities when whining about pay, how we take for granted tools that allow talented luddites to overcome technical hurdles, and why Marissa Mayer’s decision to end telecommuting at Yahoo has nothing to do with you.
Links from this episode
- Separating truth from fiction about Facebook
- We do not own our audience’s attention
- Seriously, Facebook, What Is Up With These Obnoxious, Sexist Ads?
- Twitter Reaction to Events Often at Odds with Overall Public Opinion
- A Day in the Life of a Freelance Journalist
- A Day in the Life of a Digital Editor
- Micropublishing is about more than just The Magazine
- Why Banning Telecommuters Is A Sign Your Company Is Screwed
- The Yahoo Kerfuffle