Month: September 2009

  • History at 11

    Google has a cute logo today celebrating its turning 11 (it was founded Sept 4, 1998). It went public in 2004 so you can’t see the complete picture of the success the company has had in its stock chart, but nonetheless, its history is a phenomenal story. Compare Google’s story with this chart of the […]

  • Webinar Series coming on “difficult online news issues”

    (I am doing the first of these Webinars on Nov. 5. I hope you’ll be able to join us.) Poynter’s NewsU and APME to Kick Off Online Credibility Webinar Series: New Approaches to Dealing With Difficult Online News Issues The Poynter Institute’s News University (NewsU) today announced the launch of a new series of Webinars, […]

  • At the fork in the road, take both

    The newspaper of tomorrow is going to break down into two distinct paths and only one of them includes paper of any form. Local information is always of value and this is the form that printed versions will likely take. The second path that newspapers will follow is that of a trusted, credible source for the […]