The NY Times could have protected itself by having what is called a “registry lock” in place, which prevents domain transfers or changes to the DNS details. In fact, having that lock in place is likely the only thing that prevented Twitter.com from suffering the same fate as the NY Times.
Beginning in the fall, Boston-based Beaver County Day School will make it a requirement for students to take coding lessons.
The online video network for AOL-owned news publication Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, has signed a new deal that will bring its content to cable television.
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Not content with blogging, the Huffington Post aims to take over video news streaming with the launch of HuffPost Live.
Nothing to see here, just digging me own grave
Buzzfeed, a site known for curating the best viral content across the web, has raised a new $15.5 million round of funding and has added a handful of staffers responsible for the Huffington Post’s early success.
Senior Aol executive Brad Garlinghouse has left the company according to multiple sources.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong with Arianna Huffington
Michael Arrington, founder of technology blog TechCrunch and known for his fiery personality and zero tolerance for corporate authority, is no longer with the San Francisco-based tech news publication, according to a report by Fortune.
Internet and media stalwart AOL on Tuesday reported that it generated losses in the second quarter, mostly due to weak advertising growth.
Only in the age of Google could news aggregation be considered a step up from news publishing. So when word came Wednesday that Salon’s CEO Richard Gingras is abandoning his post at the veteran online-news site to head the news products division of Google, it arrived without shame or snickering.