Looking to pitch The Information? Editor-in-chief Jessica Lessin says she wants to hear from you -- and that's great.
For a number of reasons, however, we advise holding off and observing it for a bit.
Informationweek debuted a new design and new features this week. Planning to contribute content? You'll want to see IWK's latest Writer's Guidelines. We've included them in our coverage. Just enter that SWMS login and password.
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Only three months ago, Hannah Kuchler was writing about the Prince of Wales. Today the Financial Times Reporter is holding down the social media and cybersecurity beats out of San Francisco.
Storytelling will become more integrated next year at Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Here's why.
Keep a close eye on Mattermark and StartupStats, two emerging companies built to help you spot hot startups before everyone else does.
Christina Farr has grown into one of the tech industry's best reporters.
You can tell a lot about a publication by how it stages events. Take Gigaom Roadmap and Fast Company's "Innovation Uncensored," held last week in San Francisco.
New hires at Fortune and Mashable will refresh the culture in both shops and change the way tech stories are told there.
Veteran tech editor Molly Wood, who this month left CNET after 13 years, plans to produce a crowd-funded podcast with former MTV VJ Adam Curry.
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