Journalism in the Age of Data →
A video report on data visualization as a storytelling medium.
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Digital artist Corey Archangel is curating an interesting collection of “Inspiring Apologies From Today’s World Wide Web.” His project focuses on the curious reoccurring phenomenon of when a blogger forgets to, or becomes too busy in real life to write any posts. (via PSFK)
Watch: Video of Prada Spring Summer 2010 Fashion... →
Not so sure about the shoes…
The Future of Context: From Flow to Flip →
guidism: These are the notes from my presentation today at the European Journalism Center’s “Future of Journalism” conference in Amsterdam, as part of the larger PICNIC conference. I intend to flesh this out in a larger column. For now, this is a but conceptual, though I do think and hope this is how media… — The worst development of the Web as a user was that the scroll went out of...
Creativity is thinking up new things. Innovation is doing new things.– Theodore Levitt
In the digital world in which we live, it has become too easy to send emails,...– The Five Levels of Communication in a Connected World :: Tips :: The 99 Percent Fact. (via heyamberrae)
You don’t start communities. Communities already exist. They’re...– Jeff Jarvis, What Would Google Do? The key to all platforms is to enable others to use the tool as they wish. Look at the communities around you. Have you enabled them… to talk? to share what they know and need to know? to support each other? to do business together? to socialize? Be...
Facebook and social networks generate more traffic to news sites than Google...– Mark Glaser of MediaShift, ‘The Future of Journalism’ Session, Picnic 2010, Amsterdam
Winning Movie of Philips’ Parallel Lines Campaign Announced American director Keegan Wilcox made the winning film for the UGC portion of the Philips Parallel Lines campaign, according to judge Ridley Scott. As part of the Parallel Lines campaign, DDB London, Tribal DDB and RSA asked aspiring filmmakers to submit films using the same lines of dialog that drive the films created by RSA...
Something Changed: The 5 ways your shop is losing... →
somethingchanged: Working in advertising I see lots of briefs for retail clients that ask “how can we make the act of shopping more social? How can we be more on trend and upbeat, how can we create more energy in our stores, have more personal interaction?” After a hectic day shopping on Saturday I think, as a…
Computers don’t kill books; people do.– — Douglas Rushkoff
Are distractible people more creative? →
lanipauli: But the problem isn’t distractibility per se - the problem is distractibility coupled with a failure to curate our thoughts, to monitor the relevancy of whatever is loitering in working memory. Think of the internet like an epic cocktail party, filled with chattering 24/7 conversations. Our goal shouldn’t be to ignore everything beyond earshot – that would inhibit our creativity, and...
What BP Could Have Bought With All the Money They... →
Between the birth of the world and 2003, there were five exabytes of information...– Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google (Source, via an interesting article: ‘Twitter will actually help information overload’)
Some Newspapers, Tracking Readers Online, Shift... →
Looking to the public for insight on how to cover a topic is never comfortable for newsrooms, which have the deeply held belief that readers come to a newspaper not only for its information but also for its editorial judgment. But many newsrooms now seem to be re-examining that idea and embracing, albeit cautiously, a more democratic approach to serving up the news, particularly online.
Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting... →
(via lanipauli and somethingchanged)