If, for any reason, you can’t get enough of me prattling on and on about the future of newspapers in text, you can enjoy 33 minutes of me getting interviewed by Cameron Reilly, who apparently is the king of all podcasting in Australia.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve heard me say all this stuff before, but you can have the pleasure of hearing me nose-breath through the first three things on that list I made until Cameron cues me to pull the mic back. (Now I know what Hugh was doing wrong on all those Gillmor Gangs).
A few references I made in the podcast and one correction:
- News, Improved is the short book you should be reading about how to train your newsroom to do new (and old) tricks.
- The Lawrence Journal-World Marketplace is the Django-driven business database I mention.
- This is when I got Scobleized. Check out the giddy enthusiasm I was rocking back in early 2005.
- I got the Baltimore Sun byline strike story wrong: The photogs weren’t refusing to shoot video; they were protesting making reporters shoot stills and video. I had the bits wrong, but those photogs had their heads planted firmly in the sand.