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Condé Nast is “no longer a magazine company,” its CEO says
“If you’re just an advertising-supported print publication, I think you have a difficult future,” said Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch.
How many bots are on Twitter? The question is tough to answer — and misses the point
“We have observed a broad spectrum of behaviors mixing the characteristics of bots and people.”
Reader comments on news sites: We want to hear what your publication does
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