Monthly Archives: October 2013

My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

I challenged hackers to investigate me, and what they found out was chilling “What I learned is that virtually all of us are vulnerable to electronic eavesdropping and are easy hack targets. Most of us have adopted the credo “security … Continue reading

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My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

How many top newspaper editors are from digital backgrounds? Still darn few | Poynter. ” “It’s more than being slow. It remains hard to find people who understand digital and who have run newsrooms.”” Jim Brady on why there are … Continue reading

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My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

European ruling spells trouble for online comment | Index on Censorship The unmodded 3rd party comments defence has long been established in the online world of news publishing. It does mean that comment threads can sometimes be shocking places marked … Continue reading

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Journalism is going to survive this era of creative destruction This is a pragmatic and interesting post from George Brock, who won my over with his opening line about disruption being ‘no fun if your livelihood or beloved newspaper is … Continue reading

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