Must Reads: January 26–31, 2015

Welcome to our weekly roundup of what the Quietly Qrew is reading across the web. From community building with Drake to the future of the industry (in our eyes and in others), here’s what we read this week.

#MustReads January 26-31, 2015

By Quietly

The best stories we read in publishing and tech this week. #MustReads

  • Future of News

    By Quietly

    The BBC's report to look at the news industry as a whole, not just BBC News, is making waves for its insightful data and commentary on journalism and tech.

  • Future Is Bright: Quietly's Predictions for 2015

    By Quietly

    This is a must read in our books—here are our industry predictions & wishes for 2015. 

  • Never Trust A Corporation to Do a Library's Job

    By Quietly

    Google abandoned its promise to record and archive—the [Internet Archive]() is the one stepping into save collective memory. 

  • How I Audited My Daily Media Habits

    By Quietly

    A writer tracks her daily media habits and begins a rating system for content. The results? She only reads worthwhile content now. 

  • Snapchat Launches Discover

    By Quietly

    Snapchat's new Discover platform allows brands and publishers to publish content. It's a game changer for mobile.

  • The Push for Web Ad Viewability Is a Nightmare

    By Quietly

    Viewability is all anyone wants to talk about when it comes to ads lately—and publishers are feeling the pressure from advertisers.

  • Community Building Lessons from a Drake Song

    By Quietly

    How does one build an online community? Patience and a vivid understanding of starting from the ground up. Also, a likeness to Drake songs.

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