Month: October 2009

  • Hauling a tool chest of ideas back from Missouri

    The speed version of the better part of last week during my stay in Saint Louis. My hotel was just across the street from the arch, but, unfortunately, I never made it to it. Here are some resources and thought-starters from the Associated Press Managing Editors “Inspiration Starts Here” conference. Amy Webb did a rapid […]

  • Newspaper becomes the story in comment case

    Some of the coverage of the federal subpoena for information about a commenter on the Knoxnews.com Web site. Jack McElroy: KNS turns commenter info over to FBI Say Uncle: Saying dumb things on the internet The Reporter’s Committee for Freedom of the Press: Death threats spur release of web commenter’s identity

  • Living a “Gutenberg Moment”

    On Sunday, I caught up with an excellent podcast with former MarketWatch CEO founder Larry Kramer that was posted in late September. Kramer is a reporter turned editor turned entrepreneur who still loves journalism and believes content is king. He is interviewed by Gregory Galant on the VentureVoice blog. Since focus of Galent’s site is […]