August Never Ends ohdeargodbees: It’s a head splitting cognitive dissonance to be fielding requests for help from friends who have just gotten swatted at the same time as giving someone else numbers on the harassment and abuse perpetrated by GamerGate because someone he’s talking to thinks it’s over and never … Continue reading
Lean journalism: 10 lessons from an online-only publication Superb and instructive post on the lessons Sarah Marshall learned at journalism.co.uk about making digital journalism work in a small team.
Why Normal People Don’t Trust Data Journalism – According to an Idiot laughterkey: shortformblog: lifeandcode: infographicsinua: For a start, this kind of reporting doesn’t obey any of the four golden rules of attention-seeking: novelty, controversy, celebrity and sex. Another way of putting it is: they’re boring, written by boring people … Continue reading
Journalism and video games come together as a new form of storytelling in Brazil » Nieman Journalism Lab Jeux sans frontieres…
Headlines Get Shorter, says Gawker
Writing Style for Print vs. Web An old piece I’m clipping for later.
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
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.