Blogs and Blogging (Internet)
- Justice Department Newsletter Included Extremist Blog PostA national union for the judges said the blog post “directly attacks sitting immigration judges with racial and ethnically tinged slurs.”
- What’s Next for Tumblr?Tumblr has a new owner who wants it to remain a happy home for weirdos.
- How Do We Say ‘Have a Good Night’? Let Us Count the WaysOur Evening Briefing writer tailors each of her signoffs to a lighthearted news item of the day.
- Deb Perelman’s Work Diary: The ‘Smitten Kitchen’ Is Open (Even When the Cook Is Sick)The cooking-site founder still does almost everything herself — from groceries to dishes to Instagram.
- What the Influencer Couple Has to Say About That Viral Proposal SchemeGenuine or not? You decide. Either way, it was an engagement, and marketing plan, made for Instagram.
- On Motherhood and ‘This One Thing That People Don’t Share’The voyeuristic consolations of the “Motherhood Sessions” podcast.
- In China, a $30,000 Penalty for Maligning a Building’s Feng ShuiA blogger warned of “heart-piercing” and “noxious” energy at a Beijing building. A Chinese court disagreed.
- Spreading the Mosque Shooting Video Is a Crime in New ZealandThe charges came as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vowed to investigate the role that social media companies played in mosque massacres last week.
- Why China Silenced a Clickbait Queen in Its Battle for Information ControlMa Ling was one of China’s most popular bloggers. Then she became a target in President Xi Jinping’s campaign to purge popular voices that the Communist Party finds threatening.
- Why Jeff Bezos Went to Medium With His Message“When people have something to say, they come to Medium, where they can say it at length,” a spokeswoman for the online platform said.