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Danny Gold understands the Daily Mail – and will bring about its fall in America

by | 13th, March 2012

DANNY Gold is the American who understands how the Daily Mail  online works. The Mail is the world’s most-read online news site.
In: “I Am The New Sheriff Of The Internet And I Say The Daily Mail Can Go Fuck Itself”, Danny Gold tells Gawker readers about the  David Carr’s column  in the New York Times  on Ad Age columnist Simon Dumenco ideae to create a Council on Ethical Blogging and Aggregation “.
Others have signed up to the idea: David Granger, the editor in chief of  Esquire ; James Bennet, editor in chief of  The Atlantic ; Adam Moss of  New York magazine , Elizabeth Spiers, editor in chief of  The New York Observer ; Mark Armstrong, a founder of  Longreads.com ; and Jacob Weisberg,editor in chief of  Slate .

These leaders will tell you what is right and what is not. We already know. It;s about fairness. Give credit where credit is due. Try to add value. Use links.

Danny Gold writes:

I’ve nominated myself as the new sheriff of the blogosphere. Let’s go ahead and get

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  • mr man

    The daily mail is the most read internet paper because humanities Love for Swans is universal.
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    And then there are the brilliant headlines!
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    http://www.qwghlm.co.uk/toys/dailymail/

  • dairy

    hasn’t this guy got anything better to do with his time than obsess over the Wail….?

  • He has a point though Dairy. They should give credit and name whoever they’ve nicked stuff from.
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    I’m only an Anorka reader but, when I post links in the forum, even if it’s a YouTube video, I always post the link to where I saw it. I wouldn’t dream of pretending I’d written something myself either.
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    Can you imagine putting all your time and effort into writing something on a small blog, only to see it passed off as Mail Reporter’s work on their hugely popular site and they’re the ones profiting from it?