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WSJ address bar icon?

Is there a MetaFilter-related reason I am seeing a WSJ icon in my address bar when I visit ask.metafilter.com? [more inside]
posted by peep on Dec 6, 2007 - 46 comments

Wall Street Journal Mention

MeFi in the WSJ!

While the online version is only accessible to paid subscribers, the WSJ today (Monday) did a special section on the Internet ("How to ... entertain children ... search the web ... find friends ... etc.). One was "Find a Blog". MeFi was mentioned two or three times ... in fact it was the Blog recommmended as the one to start with (and in fact the first one mentioned in the article itself).

Kudos Matt. Yet another in a growing list of public recognitions of your skill and committment.
posted by MidasMulligan on Nov 18, 2002 - 21 comments

Wall Street Journal Copyright

This is about the fifth or sixth thread since July to link to an e-mailed article from the Wall Street Journal Online. I only bring this up because it violates the terms of WSJ.com's subscriber agreement, and could cause copyright problems both for the individual users linking to them and for the 'Filter.
posted by dogmatic on Sep 24, 2002 - 5 comments

Has the newly revamped WSJ online adopted the Metafilter post and comment process?

The newly revamped WSJ Online devotes much more individualized space for each of their columnists, including a detailed "About" biography, a "Personal Comment" space for each columnist, a "Recent Columns" section, a "Readers Response" section and weekly hosted "Online Debates". Said differently, it seems the online articles and commentaries are being treated by these journalists and their readers more like the Metafilterian post and comment process. Was the relaunch in part inspired by this place and others like it, and is this what professional news organizations now aspire to ? Maybe I'm just imagining things.
posted by Voyageman on Feb 4, 2002 - 6 comments

MetaFilter in the WSJ

The WSJ on MetaFilter:

One site that never fails to captivate me, especially lately, is MetaFilter (www.metafilter.com), a community weblog where members post provocative links and argue about them.
posted by mattpfeff on Oct 22, 2001 - 12 comments

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