Matt Yglesias leaves Vox for Substack: is he doing a Newton or a Sullivan? Paid Members Public
Another writer mired in controversy leaves a Vox Media publication to start his own newsletter. What’s happening here?
Vox's evergreen journalism back in stock Paid Members Public
[https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2015/01/evergreen-housing.jpg] Vox remains one of the most interesting experiments in digital journalism , because it’s so very aggressive in stepping away from the “flow” of traditional print news, and into creating “stock” evergreen content [https://www.journalism.co.
Diversity makes for better journalism Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/assets_c/2014/03/AHquA2NPlOOjeBw0-3615.html] Today was a good day. A hard and difficult day, to be sure, but a good day. Around teaching the Newspaper MA students, and a meeting with Jon [http://hackademic.net] and Ben [http://benwhitelaw.co.uk] about the Interactive
31-3.8 - Journalism will survive - but you might not recognise it Paid Members Public
The future of journalistic publication might not look very much like its past…
Vox: from blog platform to Ezra Klein's Project X Paid Members Public
Remember when everyone talked about bloggers replacing the mainstream media? Watch this video: Yes, Ezra Klein [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ezra_Klein], blogger turned journalist, is launching his new “explainer” site at vox.com [http://www.vox.com] – formerly the home of the deceased blogging platform Vox [http://www.
Six Apart on Future Blogging Paid Members Public
I’m not a huge fan of Robert Scoble [http://scobleizer.com/2007/10/12/the-future-of-moveable-type-vox-typepad-and-live-journal/] ‘s very static video interview style (I don’t think he really takes advantage of the visual nature of the medium), but this interview with some folks from Six Apart is worth a watch,