I am so pleased to share that our New York City-based Yahoo! team will soon move into an incredible, four-story space just around the corner from Times Square. It’s thrilling for us – and really an important sign of the new direction of Yahoo! –…
The name of the game for most publishers is, churn out as much content as possible, at as low a cost as possible, in order to amass huge quantities of ad impressions that are sold at bulk.
Pitchfork’s position is: That’s wrong. It’s an old-fashioned argument that lasting media brands are built by establishing a deep tie with a passionate audience.
The researchers, at Oregon Health and Science University, took skin cells from a baby with a genetic disease and fused them with donated human eggs to create human embryos that were genetically identical to the 8-month-old.
About 12 million Canadian households subscribe to traditional television packages, compared with two million for Netflix. But Netflix is on a different trajectory, doubling its number of subscribers in the past year as it bulks up on content and introduces original shows
Now’s design, like its usage ambitions, was a culmination of everything that Google had done before. But it evolved in a mature, new direction, so that it looked quite unlike anything else Google had created. […] The primary interface element of Now is what Google calls “cards,” which are modelled after real cards. They present a clean, trim canvas for information—one recalls the discussion of tasteful business-card design in the film “American Psycho.
You can scan the barcode on any product and the free app will trace its ownership all the way to its top corporate parent company, including conglomerates like Koch Industries.
Once you’ve scanned an item, Buycott will show you its corporate family tree on your phone screen. Scan a box of Splenda sweetener, for instance, and you’ll see its parent, McNeil Nutritionals, is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson