Nicholas Lemann, dean at Columbia University’s journalism school, takes to the pages of the New Yorker to rehash the same old bloggers-v-journalists straw man, contributing practically nothing to this long-tired conversation, though he does come up with some interesting items from journalism history. The best responses: Steven Johnson, tired of this, too, briefly offers “Five […]
Posts on ‘August 1st, 2006’
Here’s his introduction to the unconference session he’ll run next Monday, entitled “Above the Noise“.
The Real Estate Bubble Map is exactly the kind of thing I think Web mashups can do best.
The police want to stop photography in public places; we need to resist.
Mel Gibson’s problems were accelerated by the Net.
The LA Times editors are in a tizzy about the prospect of advertising on their section fronts. Apparently they don’t read their own website.