Mathew Ingram

Mathew Ingram is the chief digital writer at the Columbia Journalism Review in New York. Prior to that he was a senior writer at Fortune magazine, where he wrote about the evolution of media and the social Web, and before that he was a senior writer at Gigaom, at the time one of the leading technology blog networks in the United States. He writes about the evolution of media and content and all that involves.

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Greatest Hits
Is the risk of losing digital identities in a flash really a fair trade for infinite access? Or should we all just defer to the old shoebox to keep photos of grandma safe?
Greatest Hits
The arrival of the internet was an extinction-level event for much of the old media. But can the new apex predators learn from the fates of those they supplanted?