The Musk-Twitter saga continues, while the New York Times rethinks its Twitter policies.
If businesses are subject to Aggregation Theory, then so are ideas: this is the root of the “The Current Thing” meme, and it should drive a re-evaluation of how we think about moderating content on the Internet.
An Interview With Bill Bishop about China’s COVID outbreak, the Ukraine war, and Substack
More on Substack, and how they have done right by publishers, and why their approach may be essential in a post-ATT world.
Substack launched an app, which isn’t a surprise given their VC model, but which portends change all the same.
Follow-up on Zynga’s financials, the New York Times All Access bundle, The Athletic’s focus on quantity over quality, Facebook’s antitrust loss, and Apple’s South Korea App Store change
Take-Two buys its way into mobile, and the New York Times re-bundles.
It is fine to be excited about web3, but it doesn’t seem right to deny the real opportunities already afforded by the Internet. Plus, tying up loose ends on TV and sports.
An update on Stratechery and why I’m particularly thankful this Thanksgiving.
Apple’s bug bounty program failures are emblematic of its larger problems with developer relations; then, why iOS 14 may be connected to IAC potentially buying Meredith