Similar to Facebook's news feed, TimesPeople lets you recommend stories, share them with your friends, and see what your friends are doing too.
In the manner of Facebook and Digg, the social-news application lets people see which stories their friends are commenting on and recommending.
The New York Times gets social with TimesPeople. The Swedish government passes a new bill that allows it to spy on all digital communication. Plus, new research shows that gadget lovers are arrogant jerks. And proud of it!
CNET News.com reporter Caroline McCarthy talks with Derek Gottfrid and Nick Thuesen, who developed TimesPeople, a new feed that lets people recommend stories to other readers on 'The New York Times' Web site.
Widgets, APIs, iPhone apps, and a whole lot of other trendy tech buzzwords make up the venerable media outlet's digital road map.
An edict from the higher-ups to limit the rank and file's social media interaction leaves me wondering whether the brass realizes the import of that decision.
Multiple sources have told CNET that the massive social network is on the cusp of releasing a product that would allow digital publishers to power their commenting systems entirely through Facebook.
In a rare official partnership for the social network, Facebook Connect comes to the Huffington Post to fuel its new HuffPost Social News service.
Publisher and chairman of The New York Times Company says at WebbyConnect conference that the company is willing to embrace radical change to stay afloat.
Two foundations have pledged to invest in projects that spur innovation in local journalism. Can they help newspapers survive online?