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Innovation Blogger Makes A Dress From Creative Materials Each Day For A Year [Pics]

Arts and craft enthusiast creates a unique fashion piece daily.

Advertising How McDonald's Is Making A Comeback Online

The fast food chain's marketing initiatives are winning over influential bloggers.

Luxury Oregon Court Rules Blogger Not A Journalist [Headlines]

An investigative blogger lost a suit against an investment firm for publishing several highly opinionated and critical posts.

Technology Uproar Over Media Sites Hiring Underage Writers

Huffington Post and Patch have been criticized for using writers as young as 13 with some even calling it child labor.

Technology Google To Retire Blogger & Picasa Brands in Google+ Push [Headlines]

Google intends to rename Picasa “Google Photos” and Blogger will become “Google Blogs.” Several other Google brands are likely to be affected also, though YouTube won't yet be rebranded.

A YouTube Video Shows A Young, Syrian Activist Get Killed By A Security Official [Headlines]

Syrian blogger and activist Diyya al-Naiiar was filming a protest in Hom and zoomed in on a sniper, which ended up shooting him in the head. The shocking and disturbing footage has been circulating on YouTube.

Technology How Digital Presentations Are Replacing Physical Collections

New York Times Magazine's columnist Rob Walker concludes his series with some final thoughts on the objects we collect and how.

Advertising Tracing The Evolution Of The Blog [Infographic]

From early online diaries to the modern micro-blog, a fascinating look at the changing face of the web.

Advertising Disclosure In Brand Conversations

CMP.ly is a new service for bloggers and advertisers to ensure transparency when publishing brand-related content.

Design Is It Time To Remove Advertising From The Web?

Piers Fawkes argues that it's time to drop the banners and instead publishers need to concentrate on brand-fueled content.

Design PSFK Speaks To Bobby Solomon Of Kitsune Noir

A Los Angeles based designer's site stands out with his careful curation and generous mixtape tracks he issues each week.

Home Google Liberation Front Keep Data Free

A small team at Google Chicago is developing ways to make it easy and free for users of Google's services to migrate their data out of Google products for use elsewhere.

Gaming & Play Is Innovation In America Thriving or Dying?

Two recent cover-stories in the weekly news magazines have counter arguments about innovation in the US. Business Week suggests that innovation is declining while Time says it's booming...