Who’s buying the lions’ share of advertising on news websites? Nobody. For most of the 22 news organizations PEJ studied, the top category of advertising was in-house — ie. self-promotional ads for the publishers’ own products or services. Those accounted for 21% of the ads on in the sample of websites the study tracked, a group that includes newspapers like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, web-only outlets like Yahoo and the Huffington Post, magazines like Time and The Atlantic and TV networks’ web companion sites like cbsnews.com and cnn.com3. Looks like Kickstarter will make close to $100,000 by the time Double Fine's Kickstarter ends.
4. If you don't mind spamming your friends on Twitter, MTV is giving away a big McFarlane toys prize pack.
5. Here's another art idea, create a poster for Angelina Jolie as Maleficent.