After a couple of hours of storytelling and reminiscing about how much fun we’ve had over the past 3 years, my colleague at Gannett said my opportunity at Digital First Media was different because I wasn’t running from something, I was chasing after it. I’d like to think so myself. Now it is time to [...]
Many at the conference talked about the way we tend to use new media first to replicate the products produced by old media -- so early TV consisted of visible radio shows, for example. With this in mind, our electronic Post should be thought of not as a newspaper on a screen, but (perhaps) as a computer game converted to a serious purpose. In other words, it should be a computer product.~ Robert G. Kaiser
Referenced in A Vision for the Future of Newspapers—20 Years Ago
It’s hard to find anything to say about life without immersing yourself in the world, but it’s also just about impossible to figure out what it might be, or how best to say it, without getting the hell out of it again.
A good friend and I caught up over a glass of red wine and delicious hot tapas including grilled lamb and eggplant parmesan at Panache one evening this week. It was one of the first truly cold evenings in the Washington area this year. We decided it was best to stay inside…full of warm spirits. [...]
Most journalists are familiar with the Jeff Jarvis one-sheet. To his credit, the linked economy does appear to be silencing the portal pages of the world, unless there is another underlying force. Young journalists need to learn how to join this ecosystem before they are kicked out the doors of Amazing University Hall and onto [...]
For a company that “believes the power of the Internet lies not in the technology, but in it its strategic use,” The Bivings Group isn’t giving much thought to how Yammer can help support its internal communications. In a post today, The Bivings Group (TBG) calls Yammer pointless and a little sketchy. My company is [...]
Recently, while sitting at Barnes and Noble, reading one of my favorite books, I found myself in a marathon reading session. If it wasn’t for the author promoting his Reagan novel to the right of me or the laughing kids dancing in the playground in eyes reach of the window in front of me, I [...]