Wake Up Round Up: Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey’s Role ‘Reduced’ And Can Marissa Mayer Have It All?
The role of Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has been reduced, Tumblr named Union Metrics as its preferred third-party analytics tool, and can everyone's favorite geek girl, Marissa Mayer, really have it all?
When did New York Fashion Week become Coachella, Deborah Needleman moves to T magazine, Sina Weibo has less censorship, and Tim Cook apologizes about Apple apps.
Conde Nast hires their first African-American EIC, Target uses social media to drive sales, and Calypso launches Pinterest ambassadorship.
The 2012 Emmy Awards superlatives, Jil Sander makes minimalism matter, and street style from Milan Fashion Week.
The best (and most ridiculous) moments of NYFW, Style.com is heading to the Middle East, Topshop uses the power of digital and Facebook, and Google released a short video filmed entirely by glasses with Diane von Furstenburg.
Solange Knowles is the new face of Madewell, a photo app to make photos less hipster, and Conde Nast joins the cloud.
Condé Nast's first ever video game, called Fashion Hazard, gives you a chance to be an amateur model, scenes from inside the Chinese consumerist cultural revolution, and more.
Lucky, a Condé Nast shopping-focused magazine, is launching a new component to their website that will be entirely generated by online content produced by fashion bloggers. Dubbed the Lucky Community, the new section will be an effort by the print publication to keep up with the rise of the powerful digital voice in fashion.