Business Insider Releases ‘Sensationalize’ API


Close on the heels of getting sued by Merriam-Webster, popular gossip blog Business Insider has released an API to cater to bloggers around the world. Called the ‘Sensationalize’ API, the tool helps bloggers convert the dullest of news items into sensational headlines. “I was stunned by the results” said Andrew Smith. “I More...

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By junior On Monday, September 16th, 2013

Google inadvertently posts ‘We are shutting down Bump’

There was some embarrassment for Google today – for a few minutes, the post that was supposed to say “We are happy to have Bump join our team. Together we would change the landscape of contacts sharing” More...

By junior On Friday, August 16th, 2013

Sarah Lacy’s New Book: ‘Twice You Are Good, Thrice You Are Stupid’

Sarah Lacy, founder of PandoDaily and well-known author of the book on serial entrepreneurs ‘Once You Are Lucky, Twice You Are Good’ is working on a new book titled ‘Twice You Are Good, Thrice You Are Stupid’. More...

By junior On Monday, August 12th, 2013

Merriam-Webster Sues Business Insider For Misuse of The Word ‘Everything’

In a move that could just be the beginning of a series of lawsuits, gossip blog BusinessInsider has been sued by Merriam-Webster dictionary for misusing the word ‘Everything’. “Take today’s More...

By junior On Monday, August 12th, 2013

3 Year Old Admits To Clicking On Facebook Mobile Ads ‘Non-Stop’

Jordan Valley, OR:  John Drummer, the three year old son of Patrick Drummer, has confirmed that he has been clicking on the mobile ads shown in the Facebook app on his dad’s iPhone, non-stop. And he has gone More...

By junior On Monday, August 12th, 2013

Kara Swisher: “My Yahoo Sources Are Just Forwarding Me Email Jokes”

Faced with a ‘nothing to write about’ crisis, Kara Swisher from AllThingsD  has requested Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer to make Yahoo more interesting. “Nothing seems to happen at Yahoo these days – my sources More...