All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Telegraph’

Telegraph, Like Wikipedia, Keeps List Of Articles ‘Forgotten’ By Google

The “right to be forgotten” mess continues to get even messier. At least one newspaper is actually removing articles that have been removed from Google because of the law, from its own site, while also writing articles about removing such articles. So here’s an example of not only why the law is inherently flawed, but also of how much time …

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Cameron Diaz on Motherhood: “It’s So Much More Work to Have Children”

Cameron Diaz recently shared her views on motherhood with Esquire magazine. The 41-year-old actress, who appears on the cover of the August 2014 issue, revealed that she is child-free by choice. “It’s so much more work to have children,” Diaz said. “To have lives besides your own that you are responsible for – I didn’t take that on.” While she …

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UK’s Mail Online Near 100 Million Users

Associated Newspapers’ Mail Online was close to having 100 million readers in January, and growth doesn’t appear to be showing signs of slowing down. The Associated Newspapers network of websites drew 99,218,476 monthly browsers, a 17.88% increase compared with last December, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations numbers published today. Mail Online’s daily users rose 19.57% during January to …

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The Secret to Getting More Diggs?

Every content site wants its stories to reach the front page of Digg. And why wouldn’t they? It can be a tremendous source of traffic. How do you do this though?

You encourage your users to Digg your content.

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Is It Time For Facebook To Sell Out?

Methinks the Telegraph was hoping to spark controversy when they published this article yesterday:

Facebook is planning to exploit the vast amount of personal information it holds on its 150m members by creating one of the world’s largest market research databases.

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