Five worthwhile reads to start your day.
Not all misinformation is intentional. Sometimes the angel we take on a story, and the headline we use, can leave completely the wrong impression in areader's mind.
Major changes are coming to Google next year - and the technical burden of them are likely to fall disproportionatly on the middle rank of publishers.
Today's newsletters look more and more like the early days of blogging - but with one missing ingredient.
TikTok: fear the algorithm not the data captureIt's undeniable that one consequence of the past few months has been a shifting in the West's relationship with China. We've seen the
Social networks are arbitrating who is a journalist and who isn't - again. And more essential news for digital journalists from around the web.
Why today's newsletter actually take a lot from blogging and why The Economist is on Instagram: answered.
Human social interaction is more complex then we realise. And by depriving us of some critical feedback loops, social networks limit their own potential.
Some more thoughts on deescalating the culture war, as well as ways of looking better in your Zoom calls and an interesting new business opportunity…
Facebook has merely harnessed and amplified the networks already at work online. Blaming the symptom for the problem is no route to a solution.
The tech VC community shows its true face, social media gets toxic and… Oh, can we just have a break, please?
From storytelling on TikTok to explainer journalism, there's plenty to make you think today…
Twitch and Reddit ban things, Google might start paying for things, and podcasts still have indie cred. What a way to start the week.
Yes, there are problems with how journalists behave on social media. But the solutions are unlikely to be straightforward.
Dispatches from the dark places of community management, where comics pros groom young women, and My Little Pony communities get infested with Nazis…