Hari: Knave or Fool?
Greenslade argues fool: > I admit that, having written that I didn’t believe Hari guilty of passing off somebody else’
Hari-Kiri Reading Round-up
So, Mr Hari has admitted to his crimes, and is slinking away for retraining training in journalism. I’ve made
TechCrunch: journalism's heretics?
MG Siegler of TechCrunch has published a really fascinating post on his personal blog, responding to the current brouhaha around
Student Protests, 1989 Style
[![Anti-Student Loans Demo](https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2010/11/Scan-101114-0025-Version-2-thumb-520x342-1777.jpg?resize=520%2C342)](https:
Finding inspiration for new forms of journalism
So, it appears that I don’t need to write a blog post today, because I replied to an e-mail
Modern journalism kit
A table full of hack kit at the Brighton Future of News Shoreham Project: [![Modern journalism kit](https://i0.wp.
The Journalism Generation Gap
Great stuff: > - The old school would wish the government intervenes to support quality journalism, whereas we’d rather win
Linking and Opinions
A couple of blog posts that have been hanging around in tabs for a few days now, and which deserve
The Future of Newspapers (via Spider-Man)
When I was growing up, my understanding of who and what journalists actually were was largely defined by the staff
Who are the journalism innovators of 2010?
The good people at journalism.co.uk have published a short list of who they think (with some input from