Google is making the first big change to "nofollow" in a decade and a half. Here's what you should know.
Big news from Google: it's tweaked its algorithms to prioritise original reporting - and to display it for longer.
Today's digital journalism digest: good news, new job roles and Reddit trolls
$40,000 to redevelop a blog? Really?
There's an assumption that just training people to be critical of media will help deal with misinformation. That's wrong.
Research shows that climate skepticism comes from a distinct part of the political spectrum. But is journalism making those same connections?
Can we rebuild trust in news without helping people understand what journalism is?
Some interesting reading on how the internet is changing language, reverse influencer psychology and apps in pretests.