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Airbnb’s “Home Alone” stunt is confusing me and news coverage has answered literally zero of my questions about it
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May 17, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Facebook’s traffic is up, 48Hour mag is reviewed, Googlejuice could be poison for Groupon

A review of @48hrmag. Consisting of 48 words. http://j.mp/ck9OLc »

An oldie-but-goodie: @jeffjarvis, Steve Coll, John Sturm frame the future of the newspaper industry http://j.mp/axMqq8

New from @niemanstory: memoir, manga, and Web 2.0 http://j.mp/bTIAU3 »

News you can use? Facebook might know when you’re about to get dumped http://j.mp/dvOpyT »

“It’s taking so long because we want to get this right. We want to make sure this is a frictionless user experience.” http://j.mp/c0im38 »

RT @nickbilton: Youtube’s 5 year celebration site is amazing: http://bit.ly/9oPYdO (via @cstoller) »

Per @Hitwise_US, Facebook visits up 3% last week from previous week–and up 8% for May-to-date vs. April »

New meets (very, very) old: NYT launches The Stone, its philosophy-focused blog http://j.mp/arPjFH »

Groupon to Google: you would kill us. When to not use SEO. (via @gregory) http://j.mp/cLaNpz »

Food for thought: Is retweeting plagiarism? http://j.mp/998ICL [**To be clear, we got this link from @brainpicker.**] »

Privacy problems, Google edition: what’s the half-life of their late-Friday admission? http://j.mp/d4vp6b »

Google and Intel are expected to partner with Sony in their path to web TV http://j.mp/dk3mTL »

 
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Airbnb’s “Home Alone” stunt is confusing me and news coverage has answered literally zero of my questions about it
I just want to know if I’d actually be alone.
Overwhelmingly white but leaning female: See the results of the Canadian Association of Journalists’ inaugural diversity survey
Nearly 75% of Canadian newsrooms are made up of white journalists, and 80% of newsrooms have no Black or Indigenous journalists on staff.
FTC: Let digital subscribers click to cancel. Newspapers: Hey, not so fast.
A look around the internet suggests the FTC hasn’t scared news orgs into immediately changing the options they offer online.