Why is online news still such a miserable experience?
Dave Winer asks a good question about the state of online news
How the alt-right media machine stole the "Fake News" tag
This really is a mark of just how efficient and savvy the media machine around Trump is: But though the
Easy question of the week: can online journalism hold politics to account?
Roy Greenslade: So, in conclusion, ponder this question: in a world without newsprint, will journalists be able to carry out
How blogging became today's new journalism
Ben Smith, Buzzfeed’s editor in chief: Indeed, the strongest new news outlets and the most nimble elements of the
Ignorance of tech is not an excuse, journalists
Some things just bring out my inner sub-editor. Take, for example, this tweet: Also according to @brightonargus I uploaded a
Online publishing needs to get personal
Andrew Sullivan nails why traditional publishing brands struggle to bring their readers with them online, in a piece about personal
Institutional Knowledge Transfer (journalism edition)
Actually, as annoyed as I am with BT – 11 days without phone and broadband and counting – that’s far from
Who wields influence amongst UK online journalists?
Well. I’m back from my break in France, and feeling relaxed, refreshed and recharged. There’s much blogging I
Reading the Internet: it's work, honest
Mary Hamilton: I take what I’ve read and I pass the best bits on, because that’s the other
Less News, More Reporting
Farmers Weekly colleague Caroline on the sheer rudeness of the coalition government: > It’s taken long enough, but we’ve