Bitly Names New CEO, Mark Josephson of Outside.in and AOL’s Patch

The link-shortening company has a new leader.

Eye to Eye

Tools for Taming the Media

Clay Shirky and John Battelle share their strategies for media consumption.

Despite Its Reputation for Referring Traffic, Pinterest Is Blocking All Sorts of Links

Though Pinterest is much-loved as a referrer of traffic, the site has actually taken steps to block brands and marketers from measuring click-throughs.

Bitly Raises $15M Led by Khosla Ventures

Bitly, the link-shortening and tracking service, has raised $15 million in a funding round led by Vinod Khosla at Khosla Ventures.

The Reinvention of Bitly: A Social Bookmarking Site for Mainstream Users

Bitly wants to be more than a souped-up link shortener, and today it is relaunching its site as a social bookmarking aggregator.

A Few New Reasons to Reunite With Twitter.com

Twitter.com has revamped its site to make it more approachable and easier to use, particularly for tweeting newbies.

Tech Is Glamour-ous: Mag Hosts Panel on Women in Tech (Video)

What’s the state of women in tech? Click in to find out.

Why Betaworks Broke Up the Band

Andy Weissman jumps from the incubator/holding company to become a full-time investor at Union Square Ventures. That wasn’t the plan a few months ago.

Burp! Bitly Swallows Twitterfeed.

This is the opposite of a megadeal, but still worth noting.

Fox News’s Twitter Triggers: Crime, Murder, Casey Anthony

Fox News Twitter followers click on links about scary stuff. New York Times followers pay attention to basketball. And Economist readers are interested in yogurt.

Bitly Gets a New Boss

Bit.ly URL Shortener Raises $10 Million

The New York Times Gets a Bite of Bit.ly