ORJ interviews David Cohn about NetJ. Cooperation, not conflict, the goal at the Networked Journalism Summit – OJR
Squared’s takeaways include the reverse publishing bit, the lack of a revenue solution, and a celebration of the lack of .ppt in play. Notes From The Summit – Online News Squared
Thanks to everyone who took a few minutes to talk with me yesterday. The whole putting-faces-with-names bit is really underrated. In no order (I’ll give chronological half a chance), with no hope of remembering everyone, here are a few notes to folks I met in person for the first time at the summit: Scott Karp: […]
Jay Rosen was just on stage talking about NewAssignment.net (see his lessons learned post at PressThink), and one thing that comes up is training on both the Pro and the Amateur side to smooth the process of writing/editing stories and gathering/parsing data. So how can J-School students who need to learn these new skills (this […]
Questions I have coming out of the first session: For newspapers with community sites, like Bakersfield and Raleigh, who is the go-to person in your newsroom for managing threads, policing comments, and general cheerleading for the site? Do you have a dedicated position leading it or is it rolled into other Web roles? Is cloud-seeding […]
Finally in a room full of people I’ve been reading and tweeting and e-mailing and writing about and linking to and interviewing and misquoting and learning from for the last couple years.