The upgraded Digg.com, due out on Monday, threatens to further disrupt a professional news industry already reeling from the fragmentation of mass-market audiences, the rise of self-published blogs and rapid changes that have reshaped the advertising markets on which publishers have long depended.
PIB commences webstreaming, to upload rare photographs on its website This news could ordinarily be considered mundane stuff. But wait a minute, don’t you sense that this gives you a feeling that the Web is becoming inevitable? Somehow this news made me feel so.
This is probably a long shot for us in India but surely an indicator of things to come: Retired naval officer Joe Sestak out-raised incumbent Republican Curt Weldon to seize a House seat in suburban Philadelphia â€” aided by nearly $900,000 in Internet contributions. “Netroots” activists helped propel Virginia’s incoming Democratic Sen. Jim Webb in […]