In response, they give their products a buzzword-compliant makeover — but without fundamentally changing the underlying technology. In case you're not familiar with the term, a headless CMS content management system stores digital content in a way that allows it to be presented in any medium. The category is also known as a digital experience platform DXP , with the ability to present a variety of different types of content to any client. This is a different proposition from a traditional web CMS, which, as the name implies, is designed specifically to show content within a website a predetermined 'head'.
Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons - Fake Comics And Cartoons | The Cartoonist Group
Amid the flurry of eager paper-clutching public, one holds a publication brandished with the words "Fake News". See full image below — Source. It is perhaps not so surprising to hear that the problem of "fake news" — media outlets adopting sensationalism to the point of fantasy — is nothing new. Although, as Robert Darnton explained in the NYRB recently, the peddling of public lies for political gain or simply financial profit can be found in most periods of history dating back to antiquity, it is in the late 19th-century phenomenon of "Yellow Journalism" that it first seems to reach the widespread outcry and fever pitch of scandal familiar today. Why yellow? The reasons are not totally clear. Some sources point to the yellow ink the publications would sometimes use, though it more likely stems from the popular Yellow Kid cartoon that first ran in Joseph Pulitzer's New York World, and later William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal, the two newspapers engaged in the circulation war at the heart of the furore.