Month: March 2009

  • Quotable: High fidelity vs availability

    High fidelity rarely wins out with consumers. It’s all about convenience, availability and ease of use. — Andrew Lih, writing about Encarta vs Wikipedia.

  • That Internet thing will be the death of us

    Odd, many online journalists — not print or TV curmudgeons, but those who belong to an online journalism association — believe the Internet is changing journalism for the worse. New survey: More than half, however, believe the internet is changing the fundamental values of journalism — more often than not for the worse. Among the […]

  • A public conversation on Web journalism

    A fascinating group of media folks (well, excluding yours truly, who is decidedly non-fascinating to put it charitably), are participating next Wednesday in a “Public Conversation on Web Journalism”  at the Howard H. Baker Center (Toyota Auditorium) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This group will be speaking with 50 to 75 University of Tennessee […]