The new editor of The Hairpin treats mix-tapes like books and commutes by Instapaper.
The Guardian, normally an upstanding paper of good repute, have claimed to find the first ever live-blog of an election, and they allege it happened before the Internet even existed.
In the first instance in which the copyright dispute between publishers and Instapaper is visible to users, the read-it-later app has blocked tech blog 9to5Mac from its service because Instapaper doesn't want to "save pages from publishers who object to the service," founder Marco Arment told Buzzfeed's Matt Buchanan.
Are bored, well-to-do adults devolving into the state of rebellious teens, or are we all just the same as we always have been? Amy Sohn introduces the so-called "Regressives."
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