Should you turn your video cam on in online training?
The pandemic has turned everything into a video call — but could we be making smarter decisions about when to turn on the camera?
Five Morning Links
Five worthwhile reads to start your day.
Covid-19, schools, and the dangers of unintentional misinformation
Not all misinformation is intentional. Sometimes the angle we take on a story, and the headline we use, can leave completely the wrong impression in a reader's mind.
Lockdown journalism digest: reporting, engaging and planning for the future
The Covid-19 lockdown is changing journalism. Here's a few signposts on that road.
Are readers really seeking "good news"? Or are they actually after something else?
The novel coronavirus traffic bump is declining. Should we seek positive news, instead? Or is there another option?
Two new sources of support for journalists during the coronavirus pandemic
Local, freelance and laid-off journalists have a couple of new options for keeping an income while delivering valuable journalism in this crisis.
How does journalism survive the Covid-19 crisis?
A crisis is a ruthless tool that exposes weaknesses in our systems. And our journalism ecosystems are being stress tested as never before. How do we navigate these difficult times?
Kevin Systrom’s blog - is all about coronavirus and maths
Instagram's co-founder has remerged with a blog - but he's not writing about what you might expect.
Engaged Reading Digest: Viruses, Lies and Spammers
Even in lockdown, journalism still happens. But the narratives emerging are worrying ones.
Working from home: one man’s survival guide
I’ve got nearly a decade of experience of self-employment which lead to me working a significant amount of my time from home. Here’s what I’ve learnt.