The Daily Dot
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|Slogan||The Hometown Newspaper of the World Wide Web|
The Daily Dot is an online newspaper that covers internet topics. It aims to be the "hometown newspaper" of the internet. It has a 25 member editorial staff. The CEO is Nick White. It is headquartered in Austin, Texas.
- Mathew Ingram. "The Daily Dot: Interesting idea, but not a great metaphor". GigaOM, 8/23/2011.
- Anthony Ha. "Can The Daily Dot Become Web's 'Hometown Newspaper'?". AdWeek, 8/23/2011.
- Ole Reißmann. "Diese Roboter finden Witze und Wertvolles". Der Spiegel, 9/7/2011.
- Tomio Geron. "The Daily Dot Is A Local Newspaper For The Social Web". Forbes, 8/23/2011.
- Alex Howard. "The Daily Dot wants to tell the web's story with social data journalism". O'Reilly Radar, 8/25/2011.
- Ryan Tate. "Insane Internet People Get Their Own Newspaper". Gawker, 8/23/2011.
- Lauren Indvik. "Daily Dot Launches as Community Newspaper for the Web". Mashable, 8/23/2011.
- Heather Kelly. "The Daily Dot wants to be a small town paper for the entire Internet". VentureBeat, 8/22/2011.
- The Kernel acquired by The Daily Dot publisher; founder and editor Milo Yiannopoulos to move on
- The Daily Dot, official site
- CEO Nick White did a three part series for PBS's MediaShift about starting The Daily Dot:
- "Why I Gave Up the Newspaper to Save Newspapering". April 25, 2011.
- "The Necessity of Data Journalism in the New Digital Community". June 22, 2011.
- "5 Lessons Learned Building The Daily Dot, a Media Startup". August 23, 2011.
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