Further notes on the Wall Street Journal’s use of Foursquare: Are location-based networks too personal for news?
A hypothetical polishing up of wsj.com to reduce the number of random colors and headers on the page, among other touches.
If you still need someone to explain how social bookmarking and news sites work (like Digg), this Wall Street Journal article has got your back. The WSJ links out to the profiles of users they mention, which is cool.
WSJ posts video of the editorial board meeting, one-upping Spokane’s daily blog post about the news meeting. Hmm.
“Traditionally, American newspapers were divided into AM (morning) and PM (afternoon). The AMs put an intense emphasis on breaking news, presented as economically and freshly as possible; the PMs emphasized analysis, good writing, thoughtful projections a