Reuters reports on how the Washington Post is integrating their web and print operations: “While many newspapers beef up their Internet sites to meet a growing migration of readership to the Web, their print and Web production operations remain mostly separate divisions… Starting in January, print editors will “help us at the Web site and… Continue reading Integrating Print and Web: Editors Join the Mix
At 6am, I saw that little white dot on my driveway. The newly redesigned Wall Street Journal. At 7am, I picked it up, and it, surprisingly, felt heavy. A half hour later, I was experiencing what I was really looking forward to – turning the pages on the train, without bumping into the person sitting… Continue reading Saving Journalism: A Focus on Quality and your Reader
Zoli Erdos and Mike Arrington are debating what a real blog is, and whether Google’s official blog is one or not. The focus revolves around commenting: “The Google Blog does not allow commenting… Whatever happened to “conversation”? “ Which leads us, and Mike Arrington to the question of whether a blog is defined by its… Continue reading Does Discourse, Commenting and Community Define a Blog?