Let us introduce you to a can of worms: Are citizen journalists and bloggers real journalists? Can they be?
Reporting from New York on disruption and opportunity in American journalism — a short video update on who we’ve been talking to and what you can expect to see.
Richard Branson to launch iPad-only magazine. Smooth move or vanity play?
With the release of US diplomatic cables, publishers are chiming in on public interest versus national security. Here’s a rundown.
A new map graphs the social web so that geographical landmass is equivalent to online activity.
Ground Report Founder and CEO Rachel Sterne talks citizen journalism and an interesting question arises: in our evolving journalism landscape, can sites such as hers serve as early warning systems to mainstream media organizations?
In less than 20 years the peer production and transparency found in Open Source is firmly entrenced in the mainstream and is affecting much more than just software.
Paper books are dead, says Nicholas Negroponte. But it isn’t tablets and e-readers that killed them.
Can code be political? If so, what does it mean that a new Tea Party site is built on Open Source software. Could their rigid opposition to all things collective be softening?
A new study suggests people are beginning to take their online reputations seriously. No need to fear. There’ll always be plenty of folly.
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