Journalism.co.uk asked six questions about ReportingOn. I answered them. “4) Why are you doing this? I saw a need to connect reporters to each other. So much local news lacks context, lacks a clear idea of where a local event fits into a larger trend, whether we’re talking about drunken driving or school funding or […]
Thanks to everyone who noticed the pillow-soft launch of ReportingOn.com in the only link in my Resolutions post, and especially to those of you who commented, e-mailed, tweeted, or blogged about the project. At the moment, it’s just an URL, an idea, and a comment thread, but it’s building momentum, and that’s pleasant. A few […]
It’s not organized as well as I’d like, and it’s neither finished nor comprehensive, but if you can’t help but be interested in the sort of stories I wrote as a reporter (way back in 2006, mind you), there are now a few clips from the Spartan Daily and Oakland Tribune posted on my Work […]
Kyle Hansen is skipping town, headed for Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive to work with Rob Curley. The Spartan Daily’s loss is internology’s gain.
Nine fantastic blogs, and then some other guy at number 10. Color me humbled. The Top Ten Blogs on the future of books, media and publishing « Eoin Purcell’s Blog
As pointed out elsewhere, it’s no fair critiquing other people’s work without throwing some of my own out there, so here’s the short tour of what I’ve been working on: Wild Life: The subject of the story shot the photos, the reporter recorded the audio, I produced the html/css page and the series of one-slide […]
Stories here, here, and here.