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Intel’s Latest Online Journalism Targets A Younger Crowd

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Tech companies continue to reach beyond conventional media to get their messages out. Intel on Wednesday launched its latest experiment, a kind of new-wave news aggregator called iQ that is aimed at informing a younger audience....
Intel’s Latest Online Journalism Targets A Younger Crowd

Former Newspaper Editor Realizes Now What He Was Doing Wrong

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A year ago today I walked out of the News & Record (Greensboro, N.C.) for the last time as editor. Twenty-seven years there, 13 of them as editor. It was a good run. But I wish I had been smarter. After a year as a civilian newspaper reader, I realize how often...
Former Newspaper Editor Realizes Now What He Was Doing Wrong

Presence Journalism And Immediacy http://tinyurl.com/ydgthay

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Presence Journalism And Immediacy http://tinyurl.com/ydgthay

Daring Fireball: Another Way of Looking at It

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Daring Fireball: Another Way of Looking at It: bryan: Classic DF takedown of what appears to be some awfully misleading journalism: There are signs that Apple's grip on tablets has been weakened among consumers, who are buying more devices made by Samsung and Amazon. Now the trend is trickling into...
Daring Fireball: Another Way of Looking at It
Good news for publishers: tablets are going gangbusters

PandoMonthly New York with First Round Capital's Josh Kopelman, the full interview

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Wait, didn’t we just do one of these? Never mind. First Round Capital’s Josh Kopelman schlepped over from Philadelphia last night to join us for another sunless PandoMonthly New York. Kopelman, who wore his “Gangnam Style” suit from First Round Capital’s 2012 holiday video and suffered through our montage of...
PandoMonthly New York with First Round Capital's Josh Kopelman, the full interview

Guardian Hack Day: The presentations

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Follow us as we find out what the Guardian developers have built in their two-day hack dayHello, world!Open journalismSoftwareProgrammingMartin BelamJonathan Richardsguardian.co.uk © 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds...
Guardian Hack Day: The presentations

Data journalism in action: what is Facts are Sacred about?

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A new book published by the team behind the Datablog explains how we do data journalism at the Guardian. This is what you will learn• Buy the book with a Guardian discount"Comment is free," wrote Guardian editor CP Scott in 1921, "but facts are sacred". He was writing his manifesto...
Data journalism in action: what is Facts are Sacred about?

WITN: Tiny Batman Cars, Vegas, Plus Paul Preaches (Another) Sermon on Journalism

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Remember as you slog through this long, ranty, somewhat smug edition of “Why Isn’t This News?”– you asked us to do more regular episodes. Or at least, seven of you did. In this week’s taped conversation that Paul and I would have had anyway, we talk about annoying people we...
WITN: Tiny Batman Cars, Vegas, Plus Paul Preaches (Another) Sermon on Journalism

How transparent is world aid data? Visualise where the money flows and win $2,000

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Can you visualise the world of aid - and how transparent it is? If you could, you too could win $2,000• Datasets• Terms and conditions• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianHelp us visualise the flow of aid around the world. How transparent is aid data? Millions of...
How transparent is world aid data? Visualise where the money flows and win $2,000

From Apple’s new iPad to Zeebox, here’s the week’s media news in review

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From a tech perspective, there’s little doubt that the launch of the new iPad was the biggest news this week. Considering how important tablets have become for newspapers, it is obviously important for the media as well. Yet, this is only one of the many things that have happened in...
From Apple’s new iPad to Zeebox, here’s the week’s media news in review

Watch the journalist who busted Mike Daisey report from Foxconn’s iPad factory

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Mike Daisey Here’s what journalism actually looks like. Hats off to Marketplace Shanghai Bureau Chief Rob Schmitz who follows up his truth-squadding of playwright Mike Daisey’s play, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, with this first-hand account of life at the massive Foxconn manufacturing center in China. According to...
Watch the journalist who busted Mike Daisey report from Foxconn’s iPad factory

Does Setting Up A Paywall Suddenly Make Your Readers Erudite & Intellectual vs. Crass & Tacky?

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We've seen all sorts of bizarre defenses of paywalls for newspapers, but I think this latest one might be the strangest. Melanie Coulson, a senior editor at the Ottawa Citizen, which recently added a paywall, makes the argument that paywalls are needed to get newspapers to stop competing for pageviews...
Does Setting Up A Paywall Suddenly Make Your Readers Erudite & Intellectual vs. Crass & Tacky?

Twitter Journalism and tweet verification

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Twitter Journalism and tweet verification

Is the weather worse under the Coalition government? Visualised

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How does the weather under the Tory/Lib Dem coalition compare to previous administrations?• Download the data• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianIs it possible that David Cameron's Britain is a colder place than Tony Blair's? Or one with less sunshine? Well, maybe.For those who feel that the...
Is the weather worse under the Coalition government? Visualised

A 28 Year-Old Facebook Cofounder Just Bought A 100 Year-Old Company

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Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes has purchased The New Republic, a magazine that's almost 100 years old and has been struggling to be relevant. It's not exactly the sort of purchase you'd expect from a 28-year-old tech mogul, but he says he's hoping to produce a high quality magazine with...
A 28 Year-Old Facebook Cofounder Just Bought A 100 Year-Old Company

How to Save the News : Google's vision of the future of journalism (The Atlantic) http://bit.ly/ccub3O

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How to Save the News : Google's vision of the future of journalism (The Atlantic) http://bit.ly/ccub3O

secondverse: Ultimately, the show is the worst possible...

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secondverse: Ultimately, the show is the worst possible vehicle for promulgating the values and beliefs that the core characters profess. With shrill, self-righteous friends like these, journalism doesn’t need enemies. (via Maureen Ryan: ‘The Newsroom’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s New HBO Show Gets Almost Everything Wrong) Everything I was afraid of....
secondverse: Ultimately, the show is the worst possible...
How one journalist cracked 8,000 passwords in 24 hours
Booting Up: Google Reader Exiles Migrate to Feedly

NSFWCORP Gets Banned By Vegas Distributors. Maybe This Is Why Print Is Dying

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About three minutes ago, our lead developer flipped the switch (pushed the button? I’m not entirely sure how technology works) to begin selling subscriptions to the Print Edition of NSFWCORP. As I wrote last week, the move into print is a huge step for us — possibly the most important...
NSFWCORP Gets Banned By Vegas Distributors. Maybe This Is Why Print Is Dying
Facebook in New York: the search for 'universal truths' and the future of news

Introducing Show and Tell: data visualisations from around the web

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Welcome to Show and Tell, our new site highlighting the best of the world of infographics and data visualisations on the web• Show and TellIn case you hadn't noticed, there's an infographic boom going on out there on the web. Just a glance at our data blogosphere will show you...
Introducing Show and Tell: data visualisations from around the web

History of Data Journalism at The Guardian | VIDEO

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Journalists have been working with - and visualising - data since The Guardian first published in 1821. In the second part of our documentary on data journalism, Simon Rogers reports on its history at The GuardianSimon RogersAndy Gallagher...
History of Data Journalism at The Guardian | VIDEO
Quality to blame for declining news audiences, study suggests

Facebook's Editor Decides It Doesn't Need Editors

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Facebook's managing editor is leaving, but where does that leave its "news" feeds? Dan Fletcher, Facebook's managing editor, has said he's leaving the company in April to develop his own startup. Speaking at an event in Washington State University, Fletcher went as far as saying he thought the "biggest...
Facebook's Editor Decides It Doesn't Need Editors

Brizzly acquires WikiRank, launches wiki-style guide to trending topics

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The whir of information rushing by on Twitter may get a little less intimidating. Brizzly, the social media client from the team behind Google Reader, just launched a wiki-style guide to Twitter trending topics that stays long after hot stories fade from view. Each trending topic will get a guide...
Brizzly acquires WikiRank, launches wiki-style guide to trending topics

ATD on Air: A Short History of Instagram, Windows 8′s Start Menu, and the Future of Streaming Video

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In addition to feeding the tireless AllThingsD news machine, our editors also dropped by a few other outlets this week to talk about everything from the fate of long-form journalism in a short-attention span world and how to restore the Start Menu on Windows 8, until Microsoft decides whether...
ATD on Air: A Short History of Instagram, Windows 8′s Start Menu, and the Future of Streaming Video

New York Times Executive Editor Still Betting On Print

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New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson hasn't given up on the print industry just yet. At Business Insider's IGNITION conference today, Abramson said that there's a big appetite for both the print and digital versions of The New York Times. "I know that no one can predict that there...
New York Times Executive Editor Still Betting On Print

Storify Aims For Marketers With its New 'Storify Business' Plan, Redesigns Free Version Too

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Last month, social media curation service Storify revealed its first paid plan, Storify VIP. It sounds like VIP is designed for large media organizations (the first announced customer was the BBC), but today, Storify is announcing that it created a more accessible, less journalism-focused option called Storify Business. “The new...
Storify Aims For Marketers With its New 'Storify Business' Plan, Redesigns Free Version Too
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