When it comes to journalism, truth is dead, but narrative lives.

We've written about Gamergate's narrative resembling the 90's moral...

Youtube Gaming has launched

No doubt in an effort to keep the Youtube gamers from leaving Youtube and heading over to Twitch, as well as increase the number of users, Youtube has launched its own...

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Social Media: The gatekeepers of speech

Ever since the dawn of the internet - and Usenet in particular - robots have been patrolling the bytes, trying to prevent spam and possible abuse, false flagging innocent domains, emails and...

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The Palette Sites collections - from Brand Palette to Daily Palette

Art Directors, designers and all ye visual creatives, prepare your bookmarks.

crush+lab expands offering with illustration services with Illozoo

Innovative multi-platform production company crush+lab announces the inception of its new in-house animation division created in partnership with contemporary illustration agency Illozoo.

Something happened on the way to ethical journalism: bomb threats

Almost a year ago now, I recall speaking to a few friends who work as journalists about this budding story that lay buried in the depth of chan-culture, deleted threads, and chain-shared tumblr...

Believe Media announces in-house sales and marketing arm, Apostle.

Global production house Believe Media announces its dedicated in-house sales and marketing arm, Apostle.

Remember AT&T's future from 1993? You will.

Way back in 1993, AT&T ran a series of ads that predicted the future and promised that AT&T would be the company to bring it to us.

ArsenalCreative Helps Amazon Take Over Waterloo Station for Kindle Summer Campaign

Los Angeles-based content creation studio ArsenalCreative continues its collaborative efforts with Amazon, this time turning its focus to London’s...

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The High Museum Of Atlanta wants you to use your smartphone.

Most museums don't want visitors taking selfies and photographs. Atlanta's High Museum of Art is completely different though.

High school senior takes photos at Taco Bell, internet explodes

Brittany Creech, a 17 year old high school senior in St. Louis became a viral sensation when she has her senior photos taken at Taco Bell.