Blogs and Blogging (Internet)
- 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.
- Huang Qi, Online Dissident and Rights Advocate in China, Faces TrialThe case of the blogger behind the popular website 64 Tianwang has drawn intense international scrutiny, in part because he has a kidney disease.
- How an Underground Queer Zine Became the Best Blog in OperaParterre Box started 25 years ago, smuggled into bathrooms at Lincoln Center. Now it is an essential, respected voice in the opera world.
- Tumblr Fans Abandon Ship as Tumblr Bans PornPornographic content, which had a large female viewer base on the site, will no longer be allowed.
- How a Former Canadian Spy Helps Wall Street Mavens Think SmarterShane Parrish worked for Canada’s Defence Department before he turned to blogging about books. Now titans of finance seek his advice.
- She Made the Shift From Academic Writing to Hallmark CardsAs a black woman raised in a segregated part of Arkansas, Melvina Young brought more than university credentials to the table. Maya Angelou was an early model.