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The Future of Journalism Desk

  1. The week of the GIF: A reflection of America’s culture and tech soul in a unending three second loop

    Of course the GIF is America’s contribution to the mobile messaging world.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  2. Drive for Uber or Lyft? Get a 100% free Pando membership right now

    Uber and Lyft are cutting payments to drivers, so we're making it free for those drivers to read our coverage of the companies (and everything else.)

    By Sarah Lacy and Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  3. Thanks to you, NSFWCORP is coming back (briefly!) to cover the end of the world

    Patreon campaign sails past its launch target. Episode one of NSFWLIVE tapes tonight, in time for Iowa.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  4. A golden age of funding for media companies? Not quite

    Don't be fooled by a few big headlines, the money going to content is still chump change compared to the broader landscape.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  5. 50 Shades of Grey: The Wall Between Church and State Is Crumbling, but Does It Matter?

    Financial hardships have weakened publications that traditionally upheld editorial independence as a core value.

    By Dillon Baker , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  6. Gawker files anti-SLAPP motion against Chuck Johnson

    Imagine two of the meanest, dumbest, most disgusting people on earth were taking part in a bare-knuckle boxing match.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  7. Tim Cook is a smart CEO, so why would he do something this stupid?

    Seriously, what was the CEO of Apple thinking?

    By Kevin Kelleher , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  8. Not looking good. Former Gawker interns file lackluster response to the company's latest legal motion

    There's no doubt Gawker is a shitty company -- but absent some big new reveal from the plaintiffs it's hard to see how they win a meaningful settlement in this thing.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

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