I don't know who Rolf Dobelli is, but I completely disagree with his recent column in The Guardian, a British newspaper. Dobelli believes "news is bad for you" and argues that the day's headlines rot brain.
As you would imagine, news is still pouring in about the bombing in Boston. And you’ll probably wake up to a whole new set of information that’s different than when you went to sleep. So we’re going to
Expected to launch in the summer, Facebook's new video ad units may prove to be a revenue success for the company, but they may also become another nuisance for users. According to AdAge, Facebook is in
When something big happens in the world, use this no-scare guide to explaining current events. Pinterest One morning, my son Jack, 8, wandered into the living room just as a story about an antigay protest
CNN and other outlets found themselves with egg on their face when they reported that an arrest had been made in the Boston bombings and were then forced to walk that news back. Though it was not alone,
As the Boston Marathon tragedy unfolded Monday, this blog tweeted that it was a good time to remember everything we’ve learned about verification. Bad information was broadcast by various parties Monday.
After garnering so much media attention for its hacks, hacker collective Anonymous is turning the tables and trying to start its own media outlet, raising tens of thousands of dollars online to fund the