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The Zilla Of NewsTechZilla

Tweet This has nothing to do with News or Tech. It may be more online with Zilla. Anyway, it’s President’s Day, so enjoy: Greg Rutter’s Definitive List of The 99 Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet Unless You’re a Loser or Old or Something His title, not mine, I might add.

Why Is The Internet Bad For Newspapers?

Tweet Nathan Baker has a question. Why is the Internet bad for Journalism? If you totally disagree, I get it. I did too, till I started thinking about it. If you are lost, here is what I’m looking for: BAD ANSWER “Newspapers are dying.” False. The Internet is “changing” newspapers. GOOD ANSWER “The lack of […]

Rabbit Ears

Tweet Wait! This happened to me as well as countless others. Millions of cubicle dwellers across the country helped set records for Internet traffic on Tuesday as they watched online video of the inauguration ceremonies — or at least tried to. The overwhelming demand meant that some Web sites and data networks had trouble keeping […]

Advertising Works On Perez

Tweet That’s the argument that Mediabistro’s Agency Spy is making. We’re about to rant a little more about why TV advertising has a lot of work to do if it wants to compete with the interwebs. As an example, we look at, and that site’s extreme over-whoring of its white space. Since we tend […]

News Appetites Have Changed

Tweet The Lovable Liberal breaks down the future of newspapers, advertising and a pros/cons of what has happened in the newspaper business. As LL is my cyber buddy, I have to tell you, it’s a whopper of an opus. But it’s a must read opus. One future we all know: Paper’s over. No point discussing […]

Your Journalism Career Is Dependent On You

Tweet More good advice: Journalism is NOT dependent on the fate of your employer, newspapers or mass media. Rather, YOU can help decide journalism’s future. You can impact communication! If you’re interested in this, read on. If not, please leave a flame comment at the end of this post. Over the past couple years, I’ve […]

Newspapers Made Significant Changes in 2008

Tweet There are some intriguing new numbers being reported at Newspaper Death Watch on the correalation between newspapers and what they are currently doing in regard to establishing a greater web presence. Here are some of the numbers: Fifth-eight percent of newspaper websites post user-generated photos, 18% accept video and 15% publish user-generated articles.  That’s […]


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