Monthly Archives: October 2018

Is this a turning point for publishing?

Publishing and advertising both need to bend back toward where they came from, and what works. I see hope for that in the news today. In Refinery29 Lays Off 10% of Staff as 2018 Revenue Comes Up Short, by Todd Spangler, (@xpangler) … Continue reading

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Journalism without Twitter

So I’m taking live notes at Blockchain in Journalism: Promise and Practice, happening at the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, in the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at the Columbia School of Journalism, to name the four Russian dolls whose innards … Continue reading

Posted in Journalism, Personal, problems, publishing | 6 Comments

Toward no longer running naked through the digital world

We live in two worlds now: the natural one where we have bodies that obey the laws of gravity and space/time, and the virtual one where there is no gravity or distance (though there is time). In other words, we … Continue reading

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