The quiet renaissance of RSS Feeds Paid Members Public
After a quiet decade, we’re finally seeing some innovation in the RSS space, and the old school blogger in me is delighted.
A blogger defines journalism Paid Members Public
Dave Winer [http://scripting.com/2016/10/25/journalismInThisElectionSeason.html] : > You can look at journalism as a process that yields a result. It begins with an interest or a question. Are young blacks voting for Hillary? Begin with interviews, find young blacks, ask them. Talk to a few pollsters and
Medium: cutting journalists out of the news equation Paid Members Public
There’s a certain genius to Medium that I think gets easily lost. Medium [https://medium.com] has solved the biggest problem in blogging: maintaining a blog. Look, running a blog is hard work. I’ve been running this one for 12 years now, and it remains a hungry beast
Should the NYT go down the river? Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2014/05/river-news-3738.html] Dave Winer on innovation at the New York Times [http://scripting.com/2014/05/16/midnightThoughtsOnNews.html#aIWWTD]: > Let’s remake the NYT home page as a river. It will work a lot better than the current home page,