Entries tagged as : journalism

AUG
05
2011

Re:Poste is a 3rd party commenting system designed to allow rigorous discussion on the events reported in the media. Conceptually, it is based on the idea of peer review. Articles can be annotated and rated for quality and accuracy by a community of commenters. The best articles float to the top as part of an [...]

JUL
29
2011

  Week 3 of the MozNewsLab had the tech evangelists step aside and the grizzled veteran news producers come to the fore. Shazna Nessa, Mohamed Nanabhay, and Oliver Reichenstein all gave us a look inside their respective histories in hauling journalism into the digital era, whether it liked it or not. While all of them [...]

JUL
18
2011

Some recent links of interest: NewScientist reports on a study about what messages get retweeted.  Apparently it’s bad to use negative words, but good to use negative emoticons.  I’m sure there’s a comment on empathy in there somewhere. Poynter has some suggestions on increasing the stickiness of transient news hits. The .xxx domain rollout is [...]