Month: April 2010

  • Where journalism gets reinvented

    Image by jacklail via Flickr Image by jacklail via Flickr A group of what Stowe Boyd calls Edglings gathered at Temple University in Philadelphia on Saturday for a day long Barcamp focused on news innovation. This group was far from the hotel gatherings of American Society of News Editors, the Newspaper Association of America and […]

  • 22 weigh in on Web site comments

    Maybe it started with a weekend Twitter discussion by Howard Owens and Mathew Ingram a few weeks ago, but however it began, there’s a lively new debate ongoing about Web site comments, particularly on news sites, a topic we’ve written about previously. I’m sure the current systems used by most news site that allow for […]

  • Mary Meeker: Mobile to pass PCs as way to get on Internet before you think

    Image by jdlasica via Flickr Pay attention to what Morgan Stanley‘s Mary Meeker says. That bit of advice Bill Tallent, CEO of Mercury Intermedia, passed along to the audience last Friday at the “Smart Phones for Smart Journalists” workhop at the John Seigenthaler Center on the Vanderbilt campus in Nashville. Coincidentally on Monday, Mathew Ingram […]