The Sun on Sunday lied about me last week. Have they learned nothing?
We are dealing with experts in propaganda who will stop at nothing to see their version of events prevail, and on the rare occasions when the truth emerges, like a hernia popping through gorged corpse, they apologise discreetly for their ignoble flatulence in a mouse-sized font for hippo-sized lies.
Russell Brand appears to be a lot more intelligent than I previously gave him credit for.
To make journalism harder, slower, less secure. Great observations from Jay Rosen about the current challenge to journalism from the surveillance state.
Three Things I Believe (About the Future of Publishing):
In fact we are living in a golden age, an age of constant reading. Sometimes we feel like it’s too much, too distracting, too bewitching. But we should realize that this is a boom time for literacy, and we shouldn’t underestimate that.
Can the Guardian take its aggressive investigations global? Good read in the New Yorker about the Guardian and how it operates.
How to activate faculty to fuel your content. Great set of tips for motivating consistent blogging among faculty.
Digital Archives & the Content Strategist:
Curation properly begins with a mission statement, whether you’re a content creator or a researcher assembling resources: What is it you are trying to say? What does your collection represent?