In the late 19th century, a cluster of buildings along or near Park Row, close to City Hall and the courts, housed almost every daily newspaper in town.
Twitter declares its core, defining principle, saying “the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact”
An infographic showing how The Globe and Mail is printed in a more environmentally-friendly way
The suscription-based breaking news service launched by some newspapers has a intriguing strategy
Toronto’s Queen Street West rendered as a 90s-era, sidescrolling videogame. Created for the 2010 Queen West Art Crawl fundraiser.
Animation: Brett Lamb
Music: Suba Sankaran & Dylan Bell
The subpoena is the first public evidence to surface of a criminal investigation of disclosures of classified information by WikiLeaks and its founder.
Client: Marshall McLuhan
Once upon a time… vintage technologies. ============================================================================= Des enfants d’une école au Québec sont placés devant des anciens objets des…
An essay examining how content sharing showcases a weakness in the business model of media
A prominent research psychologist’s assertions about strong evidence for extrasensory perception is already mortifying scientists.
Betsy Morgan, who was chief of The Huffington Post for two years, said she is “a very apolitical person. I’m a business person, who is absolutely fascinated by brands.”
What’s life like now for journalists laid-off when one of Seattle’s newspapers shutdown 18 months ago
How Mike Brown discovered a potential 10th planet, and ended up the unlikely force behind Pluto’s demotion.
As the media landscape continues to change, a look at some of the developments that will make news in the coming year.