I didn’t write that…
(but I don’d disagree)
It was written by Dave Winer ( who has been blogging since 1994 and say she is the first blogger).
Today, in excoriating Cable News, Dave wrote:
In the last couple of of days this has been confirmed by appearances by two people, Jay Rosen, my former colleague at NYU, and Julia Ioffe of the New Republic.
Rosen was on Up with Chris Hayes, moderated that night by Ezra Klein, talking about the purch
The journalism world was astonished that Amazon founder and billionaire Jeff Bezos had purchased The Washington Post.
Astonished… and worried.
Now, the question loomed: What would Bezos do with the paper?”
Roy Greenslade, writing in The Guardian, thought that there were vast opportunities in ‘the digital world’ to merge the marketing power of Amazon to the failing newspaper’s fortunes.
Others suggestions ran the spectrum fro
Until last month most Americans had never heard to The Guardian.
Today, after the Snowden Affair, pretty much everyone in America, and indeed the world, now knows that The Guardian is one of the world's best newsapers,(if not the very best).
We know because:
a) we spend a lot of time the UK
b) we have had a partnership with The Guardian for nearly 5 years.
And if you want to become a working video journalist, what better place to learn than with The Guardian
Maureen Dowd in The New York Times reported today that Hillary Clinton has started tweeting.
If anything screams twitter is no longer hip, this is it.
Time to move on and search for the ‘next big thing’.
In New York, a new restaurant or club can be hip and trendy and attract all the ‘right people’, but only for so long. Eventually, the word gets out and the place starts to get populated by what we call the B&T crowd – that is, b