Posts about: Newspapers
I'm not sure it gets more embarrassing than this for a news site. In their attempt to be first with the verdict on Amanda Knox, the Mail Online published its pre-written story the moment the ...
Trick people's friends into thinking they have an STDs, are leaving their partner or looking for a new job.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rejected my complaint about the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) advertising itself as independent.
I don't consider the PCC to be independent because it is "charged with enforcing the Code of ...
The Sun's website search doesn't show its libel apology to Chris Jefferies when you search for his name.
How the newspapers are running the Ryan Giggs injunction story
Until this weekend, Google shows the injunction has been fairly effective. But on Saturday, there were 425,000 searches for his name ...
How much privacy has the injunction footballer got left after all the rumours on Twitter and hints on newspaper sites?
Six newspaper stories from the last week that told you who the names of those with superinjunctions were.
No one is going to prison over the Twitter superinjunction leaks
The biggest problem is, oddly, not that you can find out on Twitter or via Google. It's that the lawyers involved didn't seem to think it's necessary to tell Google or Twitter that an injunctions exists.
The Express newspaper has cocked up its implementation of the rel=canonical command SO BADLY that it has created an infinite number of duplicate webpages ... many of which now have links from elsewhere on the internet.
You can change Indy URLs to anything if you leave the unique ID number in. Google's started to index the fake ones people are circulating on Twitter ...
John Naughton wrote an Observer article at the weekend complaining that news websites such as Gawker "allow ratings to dictate content". What's wrong with that, I say?
Dear the Guardian: Please let me give you more money. This graph shows how my switch to your digital services is costing you a fortune.
I confess to not having read it. But because they've decided to offer the primary desktop version of it as page-turning online magazine, here are 6 things I already hate about it.
The News of the World is cloaking its stories - showing Google one thing to get into Google News and then showing searchers a registration page.
Claims about Fred Goodwin's injunction are out in the open - in Google, on social media sites, on newspaper sites, on Wikipedia and on popular blogs.
An interesting email thread has been passed my way... Suggesting that at least one newspaper may be willing to buy links
How I implemented a URL that always redirects to the latest Guardian minute by minute football report - and how you can do something similar.
Here's a few small changes that I would like to see newspapers make in 2011. If you could just get a developer or someone to sort these out, that would be awesome, thanks.