Nathan Gibbs

Nathan Gibbs teaches multimedia journalism as an adjunct instructor for Point Loma Nazarene University and the SDSU Digital and Social Media Collaborative. Gibbs oversees multimedia content as web producer for KPBS, the PBS and NPR affiliate in San Diego. He played a key role in the station's groundbreaking use of social media during the 2007 Southern California wildfires and continues to drive interactive strategy. Gibbs is on Twitter as "@nathangibbs":https://twitter.com/nathangibbs and runs "Modern Journalist":http://modernjournalist.com/, a blog for journalists exploring multimedia.

by Nathan Gibbs

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. New York Times public editor smashes himself with boomerang (Reuters) 2. Study: Old-school TV viewing is still growing (paidContent) 3. Apple cancels in-store iPhone 4S sales in Beijing and Shanghai because of unruly crowds (AllThingsD) 4. Study: Your Facebook personality is the real you (ReadWriteWeb) Subscribe to our [...] more »

by Nathan Gibbs

The best stories of the week from across the web on e-books and self publishing 1. Amazon: Time to start programming your e-books (CNET News) 2. Soon, e-books to let you flip pages like print magazines (Deccan Herald) 3. UK’s first literary prize exclusively for e-books and digital publishing (Book Trade) 4. Amazon scoots past Apple’s rules with HTML5 iPad Kindle store (paidContent) [...] more »

by Nathan Gibbs

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. The Philadelphia Experiment: Why a media company wants to be a tech incubator (Nieman Journalism Lab)  2. The magical (and sometimes ridiculous) gadgets of tomorrow (The Wirecutter) 3. Inside the NYT’s hyper-local efforts (Street Fight) 4. Disqus: People using pseudonyms post the highest-quality comments (Poynter) 5. How Google+ Hangouts [...] more »

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The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. Justice Alito: “It is not going to be long before [broadcast TV] goes the way of vinyl records and eight-track tapes” (New York Times) 2. Finding success through pay walls (Monday Note) 3. UK to reintroduce computer science teaching in schools (Geek)  4. Patch triples [...] more »

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he best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. Myspace plans new Web TV service (AllThingsD) 2. How France’s Free will reinvent mobile (GigaOM) 3. NBC to deliver 2012 Olympics in 3D with Panasonic (Multichannel News) 4. Ladies’ Home Journal crowdsources articles from its readers (Advertising Age) 5. Google fuses Google+ into search (TechCrunch) 6. Some Ford vehicles will give [...] more »

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The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. Walking while texting: A guide for safety and etiquette (New York Times) 2. Glam Media will test appetite for digital-media IPOs (Advertising Age) 3. CES loses clout as as industry shifts (New York Times) 4. How people watch TV online and off (TechCrunch) [...] more »

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The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. BitTorrent takes on Dropbox with personal file sharing (GigaOM) 2. Why ONA opposes #SOPA (Online News Association) 3. Europe’s largest free WiFi zone set for London (BBC News) 4. Matt Alexander: The e-reader, as we know it, is doomed (The Loop) 5. How Google beat AP with Iowa caucus [...] more »

by Nathan Gibbs

The best stories of the week from across the web on e-books and self publishing 1. Barnes & Noble eyes Nook spin-off amid sales shortfall (ZDNet) 2. Which e-books are most borrowed from libraries, and why? (paidContent) 3. New Yorker gets Nooked (MinOnline) 4. USA Today becomes latest publisher to embrace Kindle Fire with custom app (paidContent) Sign up for our weekly [...] more »

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he best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. Rick Santorum’s search engine problem hits the big time (paidContent) 2. Vinton G. Cerf: Internet access is not a human right (New York Times) 3. Where did nine million cable subscribers go? (AllThingsD) 4. Sweden recognizes new file-sharing religion Kopimism (BBC News) 5. Barnes & Noble eyes Nook [...] more »

by Nathan Gibbs

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Nathan Gibbs 1. Yahoo announces PayPal president Scott Thompson as its new CEO (TechCrunch) 2. Wikipedia raises $20 million in its annual donation drive, from 1 million donors  (Wikimedia Foundation) 3. No warrant needed for GPS monitoring, judge rules (Wired) 4. Why Twitter’s “verified account” failure matters (GigaOM) 5. It is now [...] more »