Due to my previous comment issue and the theme I was using not being supported any more, I decided to redecorate. Plus, being that I am talking about online journalism and the “future” of the medium, I thought it fitting that I have a more streamlined, futuristic theme. I’m quite pleased with it actually, though there are still some minor tweaks to make.
Some reading for today:
A quick rundown of some of today’s interesting articles:
All right, that’s it, I’m packing it up. No need for me to be yammering away about online journalism stuff when people like Shawn Smith have everything covered over at New Media Bytes. Smith is a senior news producer at MLive.com, the online arm of Booth Newspapers in Michigan.
Honestly, his blog is the most comprehensive site I’ve seen covering topics such as, but are not limited to, Twitter and journalists, new media metrics and how to coerce your newsroom into accepting the online world. Some notable posts:
I’m kidding of course about packing it up, but good grief, Shawn has done a terrific job. Kudos to you sir!
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My obligatory smattering of links for today:
Enjoy your day.
Yeah, yeah, more readings.
- Mark Glaser over at Media Shift talks about Loyalty Index over page views. (More on this topic later)
- Jonathan Bailey at The Blog Herald gives some blogging lessons for, and from, journalists.
- Rupert Murdoch is reviving the old school, knock down, drag out newspaper war. “Bring it the bloody on Sulzberger!”
- The Raleigh Chronicle, an upstart competitor to the Raleigh News and Observer, is changing ownership. Here’s the catch, the Raleigh Chronicle is entirely online.
- NY Times: Online advertising is a lagging indicator of a recession.
- Cameras for the Mojo, Part II: The point-and-shoot edition.
- Former FOX anchor and Bush press secretary Tony Snow to join CNN just days after NY Times revealed how White House controlled pundit generals. In other news, universe to collapse under the weight of its own irony, film at 11.
Today in the world of online journalism (and beyond):
There you have it. Carry on.
Read anything interesting today?