/// As ATD Draws to a Close, Here Are Some Staff Highlights — Part One: Kafka, Hesseldahl, Gannes

December 26, 2013  |  All Things Digital


On December 31 at the stroke of midnight, All Things Digital will be no more. Of course, the archives of what we have written since April of 2007 — close to 38,000 posts — will remain in the digital ether for your perusal ( thanks, Edward! ). And, as has been reported elsewhere, the whole staff of ATD is reportedly moving on to a new online tech and media news effort with new investors and a new name (ironic, we know, but no comment from us!). While we are not exactly sentimental types, I asked the crew to come up with a few of the stories they liked best from their tenure. I am posting them here, three ATD writers today, three tomorrow, three on Saturday and two Sunday. (Note: I have not included Katherine Boehret and Walt Mossberg , as they did roundup pieces already for this site and The Wall Street Journal.) And, on Monday and Tuesday, I will round up the really remarkable highlight videos of 11 years of D conference speakers. Without tooting the horn too much, using tools of accuracy, fairness, quality and more than a little humor, you will see via this small sampling of stories a staff that has truly distinguished itself over the nearly seven years in bringing its audience the very best in news and analysis. I have posted only a handful for each, but it should give you a glimpse into the wide range of topics the ATD reporters have covered over the years.

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As ATD Draws to a Close, Here Are Some Staff Highlights — Part One: Kafka, Hesseldahl, Gannes


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