Lean Back (to the 90s…)

Traditional magazine publishing had (and still has) it’s own set of roles. Journalists, subs, editors, layout… A current observation is that those roles are beginning to collapse into each other. But what new roles are there in publishing? What roles should there be? To answer that question we need to … Continue reading

The ‘Snow Fall’ effect

The ‘Snow Fall’ effect Following the critically acclaimed NYT piece “Snow Fall”, it looks like longform journalism may finally be catching up with multimedia story telling – 20 years after the birth of multimedia. As a journalist who has been studying interactive multimedia since the 90s, It’s very welcome.