Nelson Mandela's death produced the usual crop of crazy from the Right.
This year was a year of protest -- from Wall Street to the Arab Spring -- and, as such, Time magazine has chosen to not honour any sole identifiable individual. If there is one thing that Time loves more than the anti-hero it's the collective and/or inanimate.
Ben Naparstek -- the baby-faced wonder who was roundly ridiculed for becoming editor of The Monthly at the age of 23 only to make the magazine more widely-read than ever -- has now quit to join Fairfax. Plus other media news.
TIME Magazine editors have given Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg their coveted Person of the Year award despite Zuckerberg placing 10th in the readers' vote. What has Zuckerberg told TIME about WikiLeaks? Not a great deal, writes Marshall Kirkpatrick.