Month: May 2012

  • Maybe newsrooms need to kick the front page habit

    I recently did an email Q&A with Charles Duhigg, the New York Times reporter who wrote The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business. The interview appears Monday in The Knoxville News Sentinel (I hope you’ll read it). One chapter of Duhigg’s book deals with civil rights pioneer Rosa […]

  • Dangerous ideas for pushing the boundaries of journalism

    Lots of video responses have been posted to April’s “Carnival of Journalism” of question: “What is your most dangerous idea for pushing the boundaries of journalism?” You see them on the right in the recent posts list on this site for University of Southern California’s J556 class taught by Andrew Lih. Give them a look; […]