Tag: google glass

by Julie Keck

1. Pew finds embattled newspaper industry still pulls in more than half of all news revenue (Rick Edmonds / Poynter) 2. Oculus Rift just put Facebook in the movie business (Andrew Wallenstein / Variety) 3. Why an Apple-Comcast deal stirs net neutrality concerns (Amy Schatz / Re/code) 4. Buzzfeed: ‘Emotional quotient matters more than IQ’ […] more »

by Rishu Mandolia

The transition from desktop computer to handheld device has helped shape the way we communicate, share information, and complete daily tasks, but that’s only the beginning. Mobile technology has much more in store for us, and these new advancements will alter and streamline the way we live our lives. 1. Intelligent Apps Will Offer Personalized […] more »

by Reuben Stern

Reporting by Reuben Stern, Olga Kyle, Laura Davison, and Teddy Nykiel. This week the RJI Futures Lab brings you three examples of how news is being re-engineered for people on the go. PART 1: Circa The mobile app Circa has received a lot of attention for its effort to redefine the experience of keeping up […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. How Pepperdine manages clickers in the classroom (Julie Tausend &  Vanessa Bravo / EdTech Higher Ed) 2. Challenge fund for innovation in journalism education (Online News Association) 3. IL school district shuts down Google after filters fail (Sean Cavanagh / Education Week) 4. Students: Spend the summer working with Nieman Lab via the Google […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Drones offer journalists a wider view (Leslie Kaufman & Ravi Somaiya / New York Times) 2. Katie Couric to be announced as Yahoo’s “Global News Anchor” (Kara Swisher / AllThingsD) 3. Fake activity, often bought for publicity purposes, influences trending topics on Twitter (Jeff Elder / Wall Street Journal) 4. Facebook is for grandparents: […] more »

by Dana Coester

We took a leap into mobile in 2008 at the West Virginia University P.I. Reed School of Journalism as part of a rural mobile early adoption initiative to help address West Virginia’s digital divide. Facing a digital divide of our own, we launched Mobile Main Street, intended as an early experiment in community mobile publishing […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Is AOL finally making money from content? Maybe. (Peter Kafka / AllThingsD) 2. By 4 to 1, early adopters pick wearable watches over glasses (Eric Newcomer / JessicaLessin.com) 3. The NYT paywall don’t get no respect (Ryan Chittum / CJR) 4. How geolocation is being used to promote magazine apps (Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk) […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Google and EdX are building a “YouTube for MOOCs” (Slate) 2. Google Glass prompts journalism school experiments (Gov Tech News) 3. The great MOOC experiment (Inside Higher Ed) 4. Edtech business models that work (EdSurge) 5. 3 must-knows in distance education (Inside Higher Ed)   Get our newsletters delivered straight to your inbox. more »

by Mark Glaser

Ever since Google announced it would have a contest for “Google Glass Explorers,” early adopters who would pay $1,500 for the privilege of getting wearable computers, the tech and media world have been agog with the possibilities. First-person viewpoints for breaking news! Instant photos and video on the scene! A heads-up display that will give […] more »

by Zach C. Cohen

Google Glass could have a transformative effect on journalism, especially as we watch Tim Pool from VICE use Google Glass to report on Turkish protests. But it’s important to examine the shortfalls as well as all the great new advancements, both real and prophesied. Special guests Rackspace’s Robert Scoble, Veterans United’s Sarah Hill, CUNY’s Jeff Jarvis […] more »