If we’re friends on Facebook, you’ve likely already pieced most of this together. If not… Last Friday night, I was slammed with stomach problems like I’d never experienced before, and by the time the #snowtober storm started on Saturday morning, I was on my way to the emergency room. First ever ambulance ride. A day […]
I accidentally filled out a marketing survey this morning and realized I had slipped into a new demographic. Ouch. Older.
Bit of an announcement to make, although if you follow me on Twitter, the first shoe of the pair dropped last night. I’m joining Gannett Digital today, as Product Manager, Local Sites. That means I’ll be working with more than 100 newspapers and broadcast news outlets, thousands of journalists, and helping them deliver information to […]
When I started this blog, in my first week as a Mass Communications graduate student at San Jose State, it was called “Big Silver Robot,” it was hosted at Blogspot, and it was anonymous. That lasted for about a month. Pretty quickly, I signed up for a free WordPress instance at Blogsome, where I enjoyed […]
Hey, would ya look at that, the year’s almost over. And while I’m not the biggest fan of arbitrary divisions of time, I sure do like making lists. Year-end lists are little nuggets of candy that fall from the sky like sweet, sweet hail, and every now and then, it’s the end of a decade, […]
Just a quick programming note: If you’ve ever seen me in person, perhaps giving a short presentation and talking about journalism, blogs, social media, innovation at newspapers, or my own projects, you can now find related notes, slides, and links on my Speaking page. I’ll keep that updated.
Remember when I went to graduate school at San Jose State University to get an M.S. in Mass Communications? Well, I finished. Here’s the proof, which arrived in the mail a few days ago:
Ego trippin’. Journalism Daily – Daily Top Blog Posts on Journalism
I’m really impressed that this site hasn’t trashed my images in the years in between logins. Some good old stuff here — not sure all of it is on Flickr. Ryan Sholin – photo.net
I’ll integrate this linkblog into the ‘Other News’ feed that runs down the right rail of my blog pages when I have time. Which might be, like, 2009 at this rate. Where my shared Google Reader items end up