The Guardian: Welcome to English to English →
guardian: Our transatlantic cousins over at Guardian US have set up a tumblr to chart any potential cultural misunderstandings between our great peoples. Share your English/US cultural comparisons - or translations - their way. english2english: Right, then. Prince Harry’s visit to the USA…
The FJP: A Media Guide on Aging →
futurejournalismproject: Recently came across this, a 2009 guide for media and advertising folks on how to avoid perpetuating ageism in the media, which is in itself a nuanced conversation. But it’s worth having a look at and thinking over for those who like to consume their media with wider, kinder, eyes. Here’s …
Which of these headlines is fake?
usatoday: Cutting that bagel will cost you Henry VIII brushed his teeth with broccoli Lindsay Lohan spills out of dress in Brazil (You can see the two real stories here and here.)
The FJP: Why I'm Paying for J-School →
futurejournalismproject: This morning, I read Michael Wolff’s piece in USA Today entitled Columbia Flunks Relevancy Test. He’s not a fan of the school for reasons I can actually understand (thought they might have been more convincing if he’d kept the sweeping generalizations to a minimum). Wolff: The overriding…
Reuters' Matthew Keys indicted on conspiracy... →
futurejournalismproject: shortformblog: Matthew Keys, a deputy social media editor at Thomson Reuters, has been charged in an indictment for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacker group “Anonymous” to hack into a Tribune Company website, the Justice Department announced today. Keys, a former web producer for the Tribune Co-owned television station KTXL FOX 40, in Sacramento, Calif.,...