When portions of The New York Times website went down for about 40 minutes last Wednesday morning, people who stumbled upon the 404 “Page not found” message were pleasantly surprised
NPR is experimenting with something called “Serendipity Day,” wherein everyone on the technology side abandons their day jobs to work on…whatever they want.
E-singles are one of the hottest new publishing trends—with everyone from David Baldacci and Jodi Picoult to Byliner and Slate testing them out.
Just last week Pulse struck a new partnership agreement, adding The Atlantic, The Atlantic Wire, and The National Journal to its list of featured content providers.
If all you want is a bunch of people to see your latest video, go ahead and post it on YouTube.
As a journalist, I'm a huge fan of using social bookmarking tools to save links and using Google Docs to collaborate with colleagues.
Social networks have proved to be incredible distribution platforms for real-time news and continue to fascinate journalists as communication tools.