"Your life is not worth a viral video."
— Neil Katz, digital editor-in-chief for The Weather Channel, on the new breed of storm chasers — those armed with small video cameras and smartphones, even as he acknowledged that amateurs can Read More →
Twitter lit up Sunday night as musicians and fans flooded the social media site to pontificate and crack jokes about the Billboard Music Awards. From Madonna slurring her words, fueling rumors that the pop diva was drunk, to an unexpected Read More →
Back in the dot-com era, Justin Kitch launched a startup called Homestead, which gave online novices simple tools to build websites. Homestead ended up hosting millions of those sites, and Intuit bought Read More →
WIRED magazine is launching a grand experiment in community journalism for the digital age.
The science and tech magazine, which is headquartered in San Francisco, will present a crowdsourced tablet issue produced in just 48 hours. Called The Connective, the Read More →
If you weren't glued to Twitter last night and early this morning amid the chaos in Boston, you might have missed how the Internet, social media and real-time news affected coverage of the pursuit of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects: Read More →