Slutever's Karley Sciortino on New Age Dating - Vogue
Risks Abound as Reporters Play in Traffic
“Everywhere you go, there is someone talking about what cleanse they’re on; how someone is just back from a Peruvian ayahuasca retreat; or how you just have to meet so-and-so’s shaman. My Facebook feed is full of people talking about all the “self work” they’re doing, and thanking the moon and stars for their fancy brunches. ” (via @Pocket)
Before you buy a giraffe, read this
“Joel Johnson, the editorial director of Gawker Media, announced a program in February called “Recruits” that creates subsidiary sites for new contributors, attached to existing editorial sites like Gawker or Jezebel. The recruits receive a stipend of $1,500 a month, and pay back that amount at a rate of $5 for every 1,000 unique visitors they attract. They then get to keep anything above the amount of the stipend, up to $6,000.
At the end of 90 days, the contributors are evaluated and retained or cut loose based on their traffic performance. (Gawker has long been a pioneer in traffic transparency and giving its writers bonuses based on traction in the marketplace.)” (via @Pocket)
» 1st Trimester Antidepressant Use Tied to Autism Risk - Psych Central News
This seems like a mauling waiting to happen.
Jonah Peretti: Don't worry about traffic | Capital New York
1st Trimester Antidepressant Use Tied to Autism Risk (via @Pocket)
No One Will Suspect You’re Hiding Winter Chub Under These 25 Cute Spring Tunics
If you already have millions of people taking your quizzes/reading your lists, but you can’t monetize. “Jonah Peretti: Don’t worry about traffic (via @Pocket)”
How I Survived A 6-Month Shopping Cleanse ~ Levo League
Yes this was my story pitch. I’m in serious need of forgiving tunics.
Our former intern so I read this as aka shefinds rehab