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The Future of Journalism Desk

  1. Curators are the new creators

    We’re experiencing a content overload. There are an average of 550 new social media users each minute, and over 40,000 search queries on Google every second. The Facebook like button has been pressed 13 trillion times, and each new day welcomes another 682 million tweets.

    By Gaby Goldberg , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  2. Gawker is Dead! Long Live Ramparts! Pando goes to Warren Hinckle's wake

    Warren Hickle III. Writer, editor, reckless empresario. Rascal, scoundrel, drunk. Perverse force of unrestrained journalism.

    By Dan Raile , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  3. Latest (Not)NSFWLIVE episode: Mark Ames on the "Russian" DNC hacks, the death of Gawker and more

    I've been remiss in failing to upload the latest episode of The Podcast Formerly Known As NSFWLIVE. Which is a shame because this is one of my favourites to date.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  4. Ideas for other people: The Kill Fee

    A possibly good idea I don't have time to execute.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  5. This week on the formerly known as NSFWCORP podcast: Mark Ames on Sanders, Trump and more

    In this week's show, Mark Ames joins me from New York to talk about TOR's latest drama, Gawker's woes and, eventually, the election.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  6. Peter Thiel's secret attack on Gawker is even worse than his support for Donald Trump

    Gawker may be vile, but that's all the more reason its critics shouldn't hide behind proxies.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  7. NSFWLIVE: Bernie, Donald and real Easter eggs

    As Bernie sweeps three states and Trump continues to find new moral lows, We're joined from London by James Aylett to discuss proper Easter eggs and the end of the world.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  8. What stories did you cover during March 2016, Granddaddy?

    Granddaddy, You were a journalist in March 2016, right? Why yes honey, I was.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

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