Topic: Ars Technica

Wired's Keith Grossman Named Publisher of Bloomberg Digital

Will oversee product expansion and ad sales

Wired and Ars Technica associate publisher Keith Grossman is headed over to Bloomberg, where he’ll take on the newly created title of publisher of Bloomberg Digital and digital products. Bloomberg Media…

Wired Still Connected After Two Decades

A magazine devoted to covering the digital disruption that threatens the publishing business ends up thriving

They say timing is everything. As luck would have it, in January 1993, a convergence of technology and talent forged the first consumer magazine that would define—and in essence, become—the voice…

Ars Technica Ads Get Ahead of the Story

Tech site develops predictive platform to monetize traffic surges

In an analytics-obsessed Web climate, everyone is chasing the big story. The problem is, more often than not, big breakout traffic scoops yield attention, eyeballs and notoriety, but very few…

Slowly Digging Out of Its Hole

Digg was once a traffic fire hose for publishers. Now overhauled, can it get its mojo back?

When the New York tech incubator Betaworks bought the former social news giant Digg for a mere $500,000, there was confusion, but mostly snark and ridicule. “There was a lot…