A comic free-for-all on Free Comic Book Day – USATODAY.com.
Media Darwinism: Which Sites Will Survive?: Matt Pressman | Vanity Fair. cute, especially the illustration, but not much value.
Confessions of an Aca/Fan: A New “Platform” for Games Research?: An Interview with Ian Bogost and Nick Montfort (Part Two).
Nick Jones, former BBC political correspondent, joined panellists Iain Dale and Paul Staines aka Guido Fawkes at the Foregin Press Association yesterday, where the impact of new media on newsgathering and reporting was discussed. Further to Dale’s comments on blogging and political journalism, Jones added that audio and video material appearing on newspaper websites is […]
Quoting Rich Gordon from his post: If the survival of journalism depends on technology innovation, one or more of three things will have to happen: 1. Journalists will learn technology development; 2. Technology developers will learn journalism; 3. Journalists and technology professionals will learn to collaborate. via MediaShift Idea Lab . Pulitzer Validates Journalism-Technology Collaborations […]
build a hackintosh by running OSX on a dell mini, modded to work only in the cloud and save nothing locally.
Absolutely hilarious that the 4chan community games the Time poll to get moot as the most influential person on the planet, but insanely bad play by Time’s ME in managing the issue: Time.com’s managing editor Josh Tyrangiel tries to defuse criticism by admitting that the poll is meaningless. He says, “I would remind anyone who […]
Andrew Donohue, editor for Voice of San Diego is interviewed for NPR’s Talk of the Nation via Local News Sites Pick Up The Investigative Beat : NPR.
Counterpoint: Putting ‘Media’ Back Into Social Media – Advertising Age – DigitalNext. Last week Josh Bernoff suggested we need to nix the phrase “social media”; this week Ian Schafer suggests that’s the wrong approach. Instead, he argues, expand the definition of “media” to include social.
MIT Comparative Media Studies: CMS News Archive. Chris Claremont is best known for his 17 year unbroken run on the X-Men comic series — a feat in world building that has supported many uses, from comics to movies to video games and more. Now Chris is returning to that world, with a new comics series […]