23 Things on a Stick →
23 new media things in list form from a fellow Minnesotan in the very appropriate stick form.
A whole lotta links lately
I’m doing research for a project but I’m also sharing some of the reading I’m doing because new media in all forms is all about networking.
How to market your content as a product →
Very few in the media biz recognize that they aren’t just in the business of selling ad time/space but that they are actually marketing their content/reporting. This is a msut read for anyone who works with any form of story telling.
A long (but accurate) biting report on newspaper... →
The short version is that newspaper journalism is dying. The long version is seven pages of biting analysis that doesn’t miss a damn step.
PBS's MediaShift Idea Lab on non-profit news... →
It’s a novel idea whose summary has some good info to glean but overall everyone eventually wants to turn a profit.
Aaron Landry on Twitter and more →
I’ve been working lately on a project that has to be all about being connected in new ways for people who aren’t truly tied to any one source for info/entertainment and Aaron nails it.
On my many loves
I love Post-It Notes. There. I said it. They are everywhere. On my desk at work. On my desk at home. In my car. In my kitchen. Probably even in my underwear.
What sort of "crystal ball" prognostication is...
You are interested in public service and would make an outstanding statesman.
Coveting thy neighbor's house
Hey, it’s not what you think. My neighbor a couple doors down has a house in rather miserable condition but it’s big and he’s old. I never see anyone visiting the old man and well, he’s old. Is it wrong, then, of me to want to buy and rehab his house eventually? I know it sounds cruel but the house is immense and old. It probably has rooms stuffed to the rafters with crap...