Revisiting the graveyard of an early content farm
There are lessons still be learned from the dusty webpages of Demand Studios.
On Aug 7, 2016 by Rick Paulas
The secrets behind @Koci’s Instagram success
How the Pulitzer-nominated photojournalist is now making his career on social media.
On Jul 16, 2016 by Rick Paulas
The obsessive amateur code-breakers hoping to crack the Zodiac killer’s cipher
Nearly four decades ago, the Zodiac Killer terrorized the Bay Area, taunting newspaper readers with coded clues to his identity. Online codebreakers are still battling his final puzzle.
On May 22, 2016 by Rick Paulas
Archivists of tragedy: Excavating the mystery of Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple
Nearly 40 years ago, more than 900 people died in a commune called Jonestown. Poring over thousands of documents, letters, and audiotapes, a husband-and-wife team try to understand why.
On May 8, 2016 by Rick Paulas
3mules.com and the long walk to save the world
John Sears has spent five years roaming California with his mules in tow, preaching his unique gospel of environmental conservation.
On Apr 17, 2016 by Rick Paulas