Posted by Craig Newmark on CraigConnects.org, Jan.9, 2013 Internet Freedom Day, January 18th, that’s a big deal. Folks, I want to know: how does the Internet give you a voice? I’m collecting answers about how the Internet gives people a voice that I will share on Internet Freedom Day next January 18th. Here’s the deal: Write about how the Internet […]
Superman, Clark Kent, resigns from the Daily Planet to become a blogger after arguing with the newspaper’s management over the decline in serious coverage.
Susan older DisplacedJournalists.com news sites lose reader trust when they publish errors and sloppy copy.
Displaced Journalists: Underemployed journalist tries a new method — “Rent a Journalist.”
WASHINGTON (March 8, 2011) — The Fund for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) is seeking grant proposals for independent investigative projects from journalists who need support for travel and other reporting expenses. The deadline for proposals is 5 p.m. EDT, April 11. FIJ is particularly interested in proposals from reporters investigating issues in the United States, involving governmental […]
Jeremy Caplan interviews on video media entrepreneur Elizabeth Spiers.
By Alan D. Mutter Reflections of a Newsosaur Monday, Jan. 31 2011 The Daily, which is set to launch this week, could be a captivating hit, a spectacular miss or something in between. But one thing is sure: Rupert Murdoch, the last swashbuckling publisher of our time, will shake up the media world on Wednesday when he […]
By Brenna Ehrlich, Mashable Remember how we were all freaking out on New Year’s Eve, 1999, convinced that the world as we know it would end — at the hands of machines, of course? Well, we weathered that storm and then some. Still, as we shamble forward into the next decade, it might be prudent […]
Way back when — in April, 2009 — I called Writers Lifeguard No. 16, “Mantrae for Our Times.” It had but four markers of change: Screen is the new Paper Short is the new Deep Pictures are the new Words Free is the new Pay Now, more than a year further into our climb — or plunge — from Gutenberg […]
Travelwritten is a how-to site and blog for travel writers who want to become writer-publishers on the Web. Author Durant Imboden has been co-owner, publisher and editor of Europe for Visitors for nine years. He was with MSN, About.com, and other online companies from 1995 until 2001. By Durant Imboden, Europe for Visitors The Timeses, they […]keep looking »