influencers

Nov
27
Essential evergreen content, the Substack revenue question and the future of student media: this week’s key links

Essential evergreen content, the Substack revenue question and the future of student media: this week’s key links

A digital basic people still struggle with, some thoughts on the newsletter opportunity — and an influencer's façade crumbles…
5 min read
Oct
14
Metamorphosis of the Journalist

Metamorphosis of the Journalist

4 min read
Aug
17
Who's afraid of the small, average Apple News+?

Who's afraid of the small, average Apple News+?

A storm in a teacup around changes coming to Apple's news app, some thoughts on Reels, and a toxicity round-up. Happy Monday!
6 min read
Jun
23
The misinformation war is still an asymmetric one

The misinformation war is still an asymmetric one

4 min read
May
13
Lockdown journalism digest: virtual worlds, newsletters and the influencer evolution

Lockdown journalism digest: virtual worlds, newsletters and the influencer evolution

Some more reading to help you navigate the emerging information ecosystem of our pandemic age.
3 min read
Sep
04
Engaged Reading Digest: a changing language, unfluencers and dodging state surveillance

Engaged Reading Digest: a changing language, unfluencers and dodging state surveillance

Some interesting reading on how the internet is changing language, reverse influencer psychology and apps in pretests.
3 min read
Jun
03
How did creators become influencers?

How did creators become influencers?

How did YouTube's "creators" become Instagram's "influencers" — and what does the dinstinction signify?
2 min read
Apr
29
Never bet against the phone

Never bet against the phone

The polished perfection of the millennial influencer is giving way to a rawer, more phone-centric look.
1 min read
Apr
10
Yes, you can buy an Influencer jacket now

Yes, you can buy an Influencer jacket now

Outdoors brand Jack Wolfskin is getting down with those hip influencer kids…
1 min read
Jan
28
Rise of the Memeocracy — and its cost

Rise of the Memeocracy — and its cost

We reward the ability to win attention with fame, validation and money. But that comes with a psychological price.
1 min read