Links with longer shelf life and less cholesterol than fried butter, as if that's hard:
- Bakersfield paper may shutter community sites: Or may not, depending on which local executive you believe, and which lines you read between, in this PaidContent report.
- For e-book readers, the price is not right: Eight years ago, I was a product manager for the last generation of e-reader devices. I love this: Amazon still has them listed, and the SKU has old user comments such as this gem: “I really believe that this device, the RCA REB1100, represents the future of reading.” You know what they use REB1100s for now? Newspaper carrier throw lists.
- SEO lessons from Google News: More nice work, just right for all the talented but persnickety editors out there.
- How to develop the Facebook strategy you need: Practical tips on social media strategerizing for news organizations from Dorian Benkoil.
- Advanced Photoshop for Web designers, Part 1 and Part 2: Watch as these widgets start showing up everywhere.
- Newsies turn to “list journalism” for traffic: Next week I'll give you 10 reasons why.
- Twitter scales the “peak of inflated expectations”: Now careening into the Valley of the Income Statement.
- Are 15- to 24-year-olds cooling on social networks?: Sure they are, now that we're all in there.