Post about, inspired by, or featuring The Guardian’s Martin Belam. There’s probably a Doctor Who reference somewhere.
Journalism is losing the culture war, because it's fighting last century's battles Paid Members Public
When politicians can lie without consequence, our culture of fact-checking does little to stop them.
Mirror takes an axe to digital new formats team Paid Members Public
A new boss at The Mirror is sweeping away the digital innovations of his predecessor. Not invented here syndrome at work…
Your five minute Mail hate Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2015/03/aggregated-rubbish.jpg] A Gawker piece by James King is doing the rounds today, highlighting the “ripping off” done by the Daily Mail Online [http://tktk.gawker.com/my-year-ripping-off-the-web-with-the-daily-mail-online-1689453286] : > Yes, most outlets regularly aggregate other publications’ work in the quest
15 million die-hard RSS aficionados Paid Members Public
Martin Belam [http://martinbelam.com/2014/hello-world-slight-return/]: > And despite the die-hard afficianados, RSS is no longer a key content distribution channel. Of course, with some amusement, I read this in my RSS reader of choice [http://reederapp.com]. He’s right in that RSS never became a mainstream means of
Amped about ampp3d and rigorous innovation Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2014/01/ampp3d-3427.html] When I first heard about Trinity Mirror’s Us vs th3m [http://usvsth3m.com], I rolled my eyes. Did the UK really need another Buzzfeed clone? Were our publishers incapable of innovating rather than jumping on yet another bandwagon?
Belam's Twitter ghost exposes misogyny Paid Members Public
Martin Belam pretended to be a ghost on twitter – and discovered the misogyny lurking in our political debate [http://martinbelam.com/2013/bbcextraghost/]: > Then I announced that the next guest was going to be Emmeline Pankhurst, the first time it had featured a woman. Within a couple of minutes I