Writing Style for Print vs. Web An old piece I’m clipping for later.
futurejournalismproject: Why It’s Time to Rethink Web Video Entirely Producer Adam Westbrook recently built an essay called The Web Video Problem about how cinematic video content is wrong for the web, and that we can and ought to recreate the visual storytelling experience on the web entirely. Toward that end, he’s working on … Continue reading
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
Mystery Solved: Why Some People Love Twitter — and Why Others Don’t — DYSKE.COM What bothers me about Twitter is that I do not understand it even theoretically. But now I think I’ve finally solved this big mystery.(…) If you do not have any need to coordinate and share information … Continue reading
“These are the times Hook seems almost happy to be there. The Light pours out of him. The audience go mental. This must be what Joy Division sounds like in Peter Hook’s head.” I review Peter Hook and the Light – on student website The Met Online. http://www.themetonline.co.uk/music/live-review-peter-hook-and-the-light/
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.
It Wasn’t Sunil Tripathi: The Anatomy of a Misinformation Disaster On Reddit, bedroom sleuths crowed that they would tell their Grandchildren they were there on the day it all changed. The day the crowd took charge… They were all wrong.
When Everyone is an Eye-Witness, What is a Journalist? | Storyful Blog Despite the sensational headline, this is a balanced call for old media to take the curation of social/eye witness reporting more seriously.