This week's Links delves deep into what it means to live online.
Marissa Mayer has seemingly injected a bit of life into Yahoo!, prompting others to take a look at the web giant's storied rise and fall, and its potential to rise again.
Email has repeatedly been declared dead. Some think it may be resurrected, and some think the final nail in the coffin is fast approaching. David Sobotta explores the current state of email.
Social media is many things to many people, but we've moved beyond the point of mere speculation on its impact on us and our culture.
Technically, this one should've been posted in last week's Links, but somehow I missed it. In any event, take a look at the fascinating case of the shepherd who brilliantly articulates the value of Twitter.
Again, I'm late: this one should've been posted two weeks ago, but it's too good to skip entirely. Nathan Jurgenson takes to task the recent tribe of digital absentionists.
That's all for this week. As always, you can download Links as a Readlist to send this edition to your iOS or Android device, your Kindle, or Readmill. Happy reading, and to all of my fellow American readers, have a great Thanksgiving weekend.