Category Archives: Virtual Philosophy

Why “Humans of New York” Proves Every Cynical Writer & Artist Wrong

A few weeks ago, a journalist met the President. The journalist was a blogger who took photographs and talked to people. He’s also the author of The New York Times bestseller, “Humans of New York.” His name is Brandon Stanton … Continue reading

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Media Companies: Go Mobile or Become Social Media Serfs

Media companies are having a hard time trying to get people to pay for digital news. When there are so many sites that just provide headlines and a few paragraphs of sensational context (which is what most people want, anyway), … Continue reading

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Don’t Like Native Advertising? Start Paying for News.

Lately, there’s been a lot of discussion about one of the newest advertising tactics in the journalism world: native advertising. You might have seen it yourself, if you’ve felt the need to click one of BuzzFeed’s “10 Reasons Why You … Continue reading

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