Unlike typical tech reporting, which dutifully regurgitates the scripted “news” provided by tech companies, The Verge arranged a digital canvas with photos and tweets to show how one of the world’s most influential tech companies views itself and tells its story. An utterly trivial event, staged by a corporate titan in celebration of itself, becomes an instant cultural artifact.
We’re seeking a small group of online publishers to try a new online conversation tool with some novel and intriguing capabilities – including the ability to embed and network conversations (and audiences) across different sites and on Facebook.
Here’s a question for American ingenuity: How could $6 billion be used to stimulate the economy? Republicans and Democrats alike answered this way in recent weeks: Spend it on television for bad political advertising. More than $6 billion was spent in the 2012 election, making it the most expensive and wasteful in history. The irony […]