Monthly Archives: November 2012

My Interesting Reads (weekly)

Kon*Fab wants to break the filter bubble by finding location-based news ” Kon*Fab, a new project funded by the Knight Foundation, which aims in some small way to inject serendipity, conversation, and physical space into news. “ tags: geolocation Kon*Fab … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

» Newspapers, Paywalls, and Core Users “For some time now, newspaper people have been insisting, sometimes angrily, that we readers will soon have to pay for content (an assertion that had already appeared, in just that form, by 1996.) During … Continue reading

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Making time for added value

 (Photo credit: hitthatswitch) I have an intellectual crush on Robert Picard – he’s one of the academics currently publishing about journalism, and particularly mainstream print media, who really is a must-read. I mostly follow his journal papers as he’s an occasional … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

5 iPad Apps Journalists Should Try For Interviews – 10,000 Words Does exactly what it says on the tin tags: ipad apps audio Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

Even a superstorm is no excuse for journalists not to check Twitter trolling The @ComfortablySmug Sandy tweets were obviously fake, but journalists retweeting without checking the source or facts led to his deliberate misinformation being broadcast as fact on network … Continue reading

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