We need a conversation about the ethics of digital doorstepping Paid Members Public
I first wrote about digital doorstepping a decade ago [https://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2007/04/theres_no_doubt_that_the.html] . And the problem has only got worse: > I have dealt with 50+ journos online today. Two found my mobile number. This cunt found my house. I still don't
Digital Doorstepping Done Right Paid Members Public
Two years ago, there was some debate about the ethics of digital doorstepping [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2007/04/theres_no_doubt_that_the.html] – the practice of media diving into blogs or social networks looking for quotes and interviewees for their stories, particularity in the aftermath of a
Digital Doorstepping by the Guy Doorstepped Paid Members Public
Robin Hamman finds an interesting follow-up from one of the Virginia Tech Shootings witnesses [http://www.cybersoc.com/2007/07/virginia-tech-b.html] that he originally contacted. Well worth a read.
When The Rain Falls, People Write Paid Members Public
One of the ways that blogging complements traditional news is the way it can give you a real insight into the reality of people’s experience. Take this story of a farm being submerged [http://www.farmingfriends.com/farm-flooded/] by the deluge of the last couple of days, which I