Bobby Hobert recently graduated from a small business school outside of Boston. Like many college students before him, his post-graduate plans were a little murky. "Everyone was talking about what they were doing next," he says. "At 22, I still haven't necessarily found what it is I want to do with my life."
The Huffington Post is fast becoming an international media brand. It now publishes eight editions outside the U.S. and expects to export its celebrity, news and aggregation model to Brazil, South Korea, India and possibly the Middle East in 2014.
On Tom Wheeler's second day as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, or as he called it, the "optimism agency," Wheeler blogged. He talked about himself, the staff he appointed on Monday, the FCC's place in history, and he began to set the framework for a Wheeler-led FCC policy.
"We promise not to screw it up," said Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, posting on her brand-new Tumblr account this morning and effectively making official the $1.1 billio
Tavi Gevinson has been called everything from the future of fashion to the future of journalism (by Lady Gaga, no less). Pretty heady titles for anybody, especially a blogger who has yet to finish her junior year of high school. But if the media insist on labeling anyone “the future of fill-in-the-blank,” they could do a lot worse than Gevinson.