A primer including the origins of crucial one-liners by Dave Winer, Dan Gillmor, Jay Rosen, Clay Shirky, and a few more.
Rachele Kanigel: “1. Open your mind. It’s time to toss out your preconceived, 20th century ideas about what it means to be a journalist. Open yourself up to the possibilities of new media.”
Who wants a really cool gig in Cambridge? Heck, who doesn’t?
What the New Media Workshop students at Columbia U have been up to. via David Cohn at NewAssignment.net.
An edited aggregation of social media thinkers, although I feel it’s a little heavy on the Web 2.0 business side and a little light on the Web 2.0 news business side. I’ll bookmark it here, but I don’t see any new subscriptions here at first glance.
Mindy adds to the running list of new Journalism Heroes. There are only two or three people on this list I’ve heard of before, so I’m psyched to check out some work from the others.
While SJSU is discussing watering down its only undergrad New Media class, UNC is hiring a prof who “should be highly skilled in writing and editing online news, in blogging and in developing news content for the web.”
First it was tech journalists leaving print magazines and newspapers to start their own Web-only enterprises. Now it’s everyone.
Yes, that George Soros. Talking to a videoblogger. On purpose.
Buzz marketing with YouTube.