Taking nude pictures of yourself is akin to seizing the factory machinery? Helen Razer doesn't think so.
What is the real difference between a self-indulgent Mark Latham column and a celebrity Instagram?
Two world-shattering events occurred last week: we landed a probe on a comet, and Kim Kardashian got naked on the cover of a magazine. Crikey's writer-at-large ponders the significance of the two.
War managed to trump celebrity gossip this week, but only just.
The Guardian is still sending Brits to our shores to pacify the natives. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
The real issue with the offensive Ford ads is not that they were leaked to the internet. It's that they were created at all, writes Crikey publisher Marina Go.
Celebrity tweeting is fast becoming one of the most valuable commodities on the internet, writes Dylan Barber. After Charlie Sheen and Kim Kardashians made it big, now Australian celebrities are cashing in.
No wonder David Jones is doing it tough -- it blocked public entrances to its Elizabeth Street store this morning because of the arrival of two of the world's great lightweights, sisters Kim and Khloe Kardashian. Plus other media news.