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Take Two Steps Back: A Society Gets the Journalism it Deserves

[This is a response in part to Clay Shirky’s recent essay, Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable.  Update: Jemimah Knigh has a lovely meditation on the past and future of papers on her blog.] When printing with movable type was introduced … Continue reading

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I saw this…

Here’s what I’ve tagged on del.icio.us: Al Gore Places Infant Son In Rocket To Escape Dying Planet – the only sensible option… Reporters sans frontières – Beijing Games 2008 – Advice from RSF Test: Silicon Swings and Silicon Roundabouts – … Continue reading

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My del.icio.us bookmarks for July 23rd through July 30th

Here’s what I tagged on del.icio.us between July 23rd and July 30th: Web curbs for Olympic journalists – What a surprise… Plenty of Blame to Go Around in Yahoo Music Shutdown – Ed Felten knows who to blame, and I … Continue reading

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My del.icio.us bookmarks for June 25th through June 28th

Here’s what I tagged on del.icio.us between June 25th and June 28th: Bad science: Suicides, Aids, and a masts campaigner | Comment is free | The Guardian – Surely there's a link to wifi too… 🙂 ICO slaps TfL over … Continue reading

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My del.icio.us bookmarks for May 21st through May 29th

Here’s what I tagged on del.icio.us between May 21st and May 29th: The Next-Gen Web: Browser Storage Support – interesting analysis The New York Times should let Frankie go to Hollywood and quit with the kvetching. – By Jack Shafer … Continue reading

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Networking Journalism

[As ever, you can read this on the BBC News website. And thanks to my City students for the inspiration!] I’ve just finished marking the essays my students at City University have to do as part of the course in … Continue reading

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