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New York Times (blog) Facebook Adjusts Its News Feed to Bump Up Older Posts New York Times (blog) Since no one has time to scroll through that many Facebook posts, items in the feed are ranked to put the most recent and relevant posts near the top.
Trinity Mirror has decided to capitalise on the huge photographic archives in its regional newspaper titles by launching a series of nostalgia magazines featuring words, pictures and headlines going back over 150 years.
The heat is on Bauer Media over its publication of Der Landser, the magazine that celebrates "heroism" by Nazi troops. I reported yesterday that Ofcom has been asked to reconsider Bauer's right to broadcasting licences.
Pocket-lint.com YouTube Co-founders Launch Video App for iPhone Mashable On Thursday, YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen unveiled MixBit, an iPhone app that lets you record, edit, share — and, the big differentiator — mix video clips...
Readers of UK newspapers still spend far greater time with print editions than online, a new study has found.
Research carried out by City University in London - looking at data from 2011 - examined the total time UK readers spent with 12 major national newspaper titles in print and online. It found that print accounted for 96.7 per cent of the total number of reading minutes.
The Guardian Google Chrome policy exposes user passwords on purpose: Here's how to ... PCWorld Google is taking some serious heat for the way Chrome can reveal all your saved passwords to anyone—anyone!
Twitter boss Tony Wang says abuse of women on social network is 'not acceptable' The Independent After a week of mounting criticism of the social media company's failure to react swiftly to the levels of online abuse, Tony Wang, Twitter UK's...
Andy Bull's insight:
Key point from the post, which defines how the online world must become organised: We need to enforce an alignment between "not acceptable in the real world" and "not acceptable on Twitter".
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