It’s time to revisit the report from the Knight Commission on Information Needs and recognize what’s been accomplished while determining what needs to happen next.
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People love to make assumptions. They also like to think everyone knows everything that’s going on at all times, whether or not the opportunity exists for that to be the case. Deciding how to share – and when to listen – makes a significant difference.
It’s not like it’s not already being done, but I’m hoping this year someone finally cracks the code of relevance with regards to the future of the news website. I’m hoping my first #jcarn post in a few months begins to explain what I think is capable…
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 🙂