"How The Huffington Post ate the Internet..."
This is a long read but a worthy one: one that mixes entrepreneurship, publishing and the story of the Web itself.
It's fascinating to see that the starting point for what became a controversial success but an undisputed revolution for publishing is the social web. Michael Shapiro does a great job at explaining how the HuffPost started from a network problem: how to connect people with stories.
A problem that curators all feel sympathetic with.
***** Love her or hate her she and her aggregator/editors have changed the world. Marty
Via gdecugis, Martin (Marty) Smith, Gerrit Bes