Pretty darn neat. Maybe the future of journalism isn’t so far away after all? (via Greg)
The function of a newsroom in the future is to coordinate the voices of the world to produce a coherent news product. That job will be done in very much the model that Tumblr is doing it. You could have started with a blogging community… Continue reading →
New York Times releases code to help journalists collaborate on WordPress, other platforms. Track changes within the WordPress editor. Code is available on Github; it would be awesome to see this support realtime collaborative editing too. (via Steve Myers)
Sunday’s New York Times editorializes in favor of Do Not Track and other privacy legislation going through Congress and the Federal Trade Commission. Yet The New York Times itself makes much use of personal, private, and tracking information itself. Indeed, it requires tracking. Jeff Jarvis… Continue reading →
My NYTimes Wishlist. Four ideas from a post-NY Times Michael Donohoe. Make the website an application that knows everything you’ve read, and allow content to flow to where readers want to consume it.
240 days later, The New York Times is still trying to implement Edit Flow/Assignment Desk for The Locals. Deploying WordPress plugins shouldn’t be this difficult.
From earlier today at the J-School. Stephen Farrell was one of four New York Times reporters taken captive in Libya and released only a few days ago. Before being welcomed back to the newsroom, he stopped by and talked a bit about his experience in front… Continue reading →
1) Use a different browser. 2) Clear your cache. … whichever is most convenient for you. Tada!
I’ve figured it out: the payfence is the printies’ last stand.
What the NYT Pay Wall Really Costs. 18 months or more of lost innovation in a highly-competitive marketplace.