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WNYC’s Facebook page is here.
Its timeline is a fascinating reflection of New York City’s growth & development over the last near-century. Bravo, team!
wnyc:

How many facebook timelines do you know that go back to 1924?! Check out the revamped WNYC fb page, which moves tons of great stuff from the archives onto a timeline of the station’s history. Wow.

WNYC’s Facebook page is here.

Its timeline is a fascinating reflection of New York City’s growth & development over the last near-century. Bravo, team!

wnyc:

How many facebook timelines do you know that go back to 1924?! Check out the revamped WNYC fb page, which moves tons of great stuff from the archives onto a timeline of the station’s history. Wow.

Filed under wnyc radio history WNYC Facebook timeline broadcasting

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"Internet con men ravage publishing"

You know there’s a problem when an essay begins with, “Long before I took myself off Facebook…”

annadevries:

“Put up paywalls on blogs, if you must blog, for pennies if that’s all the market will bear. But at least hold fast to the principle that writing is work, that writing has value, and that writers should be paid.”

John R. MacArthur, publisher of Harper’s in a long essay on the media and free online content that often slides into “Kids, get off my lawn!” territory

Filed under paywall subscription writers pay money dosh Harper's John R. MacArthur internet Facebook get off my lawn