Twitter and Facebook play a key role in it, but it’s also about constantly...– This. Seriously. This. Making a market: How ProPublica blends news that wins Pulitzers with news that wins followers » Nieman Journalism Lab
Mad Men and newsrooms
I’ve been slightly obsessed with Mad Men lately (thanks, Netflix) and I found myself thinking about the rampant sexism in the 1960s. “Thank God I don’t have to deal with that today.” But wait. I am 28, but I look much younger. It’s a fact of life, and one I am sure I will appreciate as I get older. I have been working since 2004. I have been reporting and...
…almost every great newspaper in America believes that it’s more...– (via @matthewi) If your website’s full of assholes, it’s your fault - Anil Dash
Where in the past that might have been a liability, these particular women...– Encourage a girl to fail and other unconventional ways to foster more female leadership in tech | jellybean boom
The NYT has history and assets that a startup could never dream of having. I...– New York Times Opens Up Its Software Lab | Epicenter | Wired.com
So far, however, the most fertile ground for innovation is California. The...– It’s true. I can only hope KPCC is part of that innovation. *crosses fingers* The New Watchdogs by Conor Friedersdorf - City Journal
How Passion Can Ruin Your Career (and What You Can... →
A little concerned that almost every journalist I know is an “obsessive passionate” person. Myself included.
They didn’t view their fans as walking wallets—for them, their most...– YES. 5 Things Lady Gaga Can Teach Marketers About Community Building | Fast Company
Reality really doesn’t care about getting the ending right.– Why I Like Media Experiments - Alexis Madrigal - Technology - The Atlantic