This year’s big “duh”

Last year, the big “duh” was the raging irrational debate over whether blogs were journalism. Answer? If you write journalism, it’s journalism. If you record journalism, it’s journalism. Doesn’t matter what medium you choose to display it in, doesn’t matter if you’re the San Jose Mercury News or Grade the News or Rocketboom — it’s […]

Travel the world, meet interesting people, blog for the New York Times

Win a trip to the developing world with Nick Kristof. What? And you won’t just be watching. I want you to report as well – probably in a Web log or video blog on the New York Times Web site, maybe in some other way. I’m open to other ideas as well, but I want […]

Poynter Online – E-Media Tidbits – A student experiment in the new news

“This summer, 40 journalism graduate students will embark on an adventure — one whose goals are to better inform the public and to experiment with new ways of presenting news and information.” Poynter Online – E-Media Tidbits – A student experiment in the new news