New York Times
What really draws the eyeballs and leads to brand boost and increased loyalty is that original piece of content with a fresh perspective. The problem is that quality and originality are hard. But hard doesn’t mean impossible, and with the right roadmap, any brand can make content that’s original, inventive and sticky.
Netflix and Gawker's joint project is book club-meets-online forum, and it could be the start of something big for digital entertainment.
"BuzzFeed is like the porn industry in the '90s," says Brian Clark. "All online marketers watched what the porn people did from a marketing and technology standpoint because they were always on the cutting edge."
Matthew Inman -- the man behind the infamous Oatmeal -- is much more soft-spoken and thoughtful than his drawings of foul-mouthed dinosaurs might lead you to believe.
In a post-Snowden age, what rights do journalists have, and how can journalists protect their confidential sources?