When it’s too cold and wet to go out for the Sunday paper, just follow the links:
- [The truth does not lie midway between right and wrong](http://charman-anderson.com/2010/02/23/the-truth-does-not-lie-midway-between-right-and-wrong/) – Suw deconstructs one of the persistent myths of ‘balanced’ journalism
- [Second Life’s new player builds towards the web](http://scobleizer.com/2010/02/23/second-lifes-new-player-builds-toward-web/) – I’m beginning to suspect that Second Life has spent an unusually long period in the trough of disillusionment and may be on its way out…
- [Elle Access Launches](http://www.stylelist.com/2010/02/23/elle-access-launches-for-the-fashion-obsessed/) – another registration-based “club” model for online content.
- [DSLR Video Kit](http://mostlylisa.com/blog/5dvidsetup/) – interesting way of doing high-quality video reporting
- [How self-explanatory should Travel Weekly headlines be?](http://www.travelweekly.co.uk/blogs/2010/02/how-self-explanatory-should-tr.html) – Do we need to rethink B2B headlines now they have to survive on the open web?
- [Telegraph Digging on Dave’s School Days](http://order-order.com/2010/02/26/telegraph-digging-on-daves-school-days/) – interesting how easily journalists probing after a story can be exposed these days.
Don’t you hate it when somebody leading a journalism business slips into jargon?
Sarah Lacy of PandoDaily does exactly that when quoted in a Quartz piece on why
funding is piling into new journalism ventures