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NY Post to Launch 'Decider' - Posted April 28, 2014
That New York Post entertainment vertical we've been hearing about has a name: Decider. According to a memo from Jesse Angelo, the ... [Fishbowl NY]

NY Post to Launch 'Decider' - Posted April 28, 2014
That New York Post entertainment vertical we've been hearing about has a name: Decider. According to a memo from Jesse Angelo, the ... [FishbowlNY]

NY Post to Launch Entertainment Vertical - Posted April 2, 2014
The New York Post is getting set to expand its entertainment coverage. Capital New York reports that Mark Graham... [Fishbowl NY]

NY Post to Launch Entertainment Vertical - Posted April 2, 2014
The New York Post is getting set to expand its entertainment coverage. Capital New York reports that Mark Graham... [FishbowlNY]

john st. Revives 'Wiserhood' Campaign, with Covertly Dickish Boyfriend Theme Intact - Posted October 16, 2013
Back in 2011, john st. unveiled this spot for Corby Distilleries Limited, part of their "Wiserhood" campaign promoting Wiser's Whisky brand, in which a dickish guy makes a big deal over holding his girlfriend's purse for a minute. He drops the bag on the ground, potentially damaging the contents within, and... [AgencySpy]

Two Perspectives on Wikidata - Posted April 10, 2012
Mark Graham recently raised some concerns regarding the Wikidata project in The Atlantic. Graham writes, "Wikidata will create a collaborative database that is both machine readable an... [semanticweb.com]

The Fate of the Newspaper Science Fiction & Fantasy Review - Posted April 24, 2009
Will the Internet kill newspaper science fiction & fantasy book reviews? The Random House website Suvudu interviewed five reviewers from newspapers around the country. The roundtable included journalists from The Seattle Times, The Kansas City Star... [GalleyCat]

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