Tag: digital disruption

by Mark Glaser

This was not a stellar week for the tech media world. The Riptide project was an in-depth look by news pioneers at early efforts by traditional media to adapt to the rising tide of disruption — and how they failed. The trio of researchers interviewed 61 people, many key players in the early days of […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Reddit says bomb suspects cleared (Business Insider) 2. Anonymous offers citizen journalism (BBC) 3. Guardian’s Simon Rogers to join Twitter as data editor (Journalism.uk) 4. 5 startups changing the way the news business delivers content (PaidContent.org) 5. Tumblr’s David Karp on the closing of Storyboard: It “didn’t work” (Capital New York) Subscribe to Daily […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Twitter’s music service: Everything we know so far (The Verge) 2. Two charts that tell you everything you need to know about the future of newspapers (PaidContent.org) 3. The co-founder of Foursquare on the cycle of second guessing (GigaOm) 4. Flipboard adds 3 million users since launch of personalized magazines (TechCrunch) 5. If Netflix […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Tumblr abruptly closes down its Storyboard project (PaidContent.org) 2. Why Yahoo really bought Summly (Business Insider) 3. Aereo has TV networks circling the wagons (NYT) 4. The disruptive potential of native advertising (Reuters) 5. CourseSmart e-textbooks tell teachers if students do their reading (NYT) 6. The new résumé: It’s 140 characters (WSJ) Subscribe to […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Garfield: There is no ‘golden age’ of journalism: Free does not mean better (Guardian) 2. A driving force behind Wikipedia will be stepping down (NYT) 3. Social media unites supporters of same-sex marriage, but is that enough? (PBS) 4. Windows phone is outselling iPhone…in a few places (memeburn) 5. Report: Twitter ad revenues higher […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. A proposed Texas law promotes correcting incorrect news, online and off (Nieman) 2. MOOCs and assessments and makers, oh my! A SXSWedu summary (EdSurge) 3. The Telegraph group cuts 80 print jobs, creates 50 digital jobs (Guardian) 4. Citizen journalism school turns coffee shops into classrooms (Crosscut) 5. Transitioning from text books to open […] more »