Sometimes the best life hacks are the ones that have nothing to do with technology – though it does tend to help us at times. This month’s #jcarn entry takes a look at a few of the ones I use.
Tagged By Carnival of Journalism
I’ve got this weird belief that failure doesn’t exist – at least I’ve come to terms with accepting that belief again. This month’s Carnival of Journalism post looks at this through the symbolism of my high school class ring.
The latest prompts for the Carnival of Journalism caused me to craft a prompt of my own to take a look at the issue of innovation in journalism. Plus, I find a way to work Starbucks into a post again 🙂
Today I finally get a chance to explain the madness behind my Knight News Challenge proposal as part of the Carnival of Journalism. Plus it gives me an excuse to slip in references to buses and New York City…
Perhaps the best thing for institutions of higher learning to do as we look at the expanding role of digital tools is to help people learn a little more about how we’re actually supposed to digest it in the first place. In case you’re wondering, this is my first contribution to the recently relaunched Carnival of Journalism (in preparation for a conference in April at RJI).