Monthly Archives: April 2014

This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

∞ — Wearables versus there-ables. What if we’ve got… “What if we’ve got it all wrong?What if we’re not actually supposed to wear all sorts of technology on our bodies and on our clothes? What if we didn’t have to … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

(Re)defining multimedia journalism — Changing Journalism — Medium This is the key for me. Immersive means I am lost in what I am reading/watching/hearing/experiencing.  Immersive experiences rule. Take me somewhere I have never been. Show me something I have never … Continue reading

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Talking about Innovation and Digital Skills in Journalism at the Society of Editors regional conference

I was asked to speak at the Society of Editors regional conference 2014 a while ago, and so on Monday I found myself talking to a room of people about coding, social media, and data journalism, among other things.  It … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

Aron Pilhofer on data journalism, culture and going digital | Tow Center for Digital Journalism Interestingness ” Right now, many newsrooms are stupid about the way they publish. They’re tied to a legacy model, which means that some of the … Continue reading

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