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Google co-founder Sergey Brin wears the company's Glass at an event in February. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

PoynterVision: Experiment with wearables

Many reporters shy away from early adoption of new technology. With wearables like Google Glass and smartwatches entering the market, Jeff Sonderman, deputy director of American Press Institute and former Poynter digital fellow, suggests ways for you to jump ahead … Read more

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PoynterVision: Consuming news on wearables

Jeff Sonderman, deputy director of American Press Institute, shares his vision of how we might consume news on such wearables as watches:

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Matter faces familiar challenges in crafting a new web experience

While most online news outlets worry about their mobile-first strategy, Matter is trying to create a web-first reading experience. It doesn’t publish a print edition, present a bundled collection of news articles or host advertisements. It has no pop-ups, banners … Read more

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PoynterVision: Watch out for wearables

Forget the latest iPhone or Android tablet. Watches are the next big thing to hit the market. Jeff Sonderman, deputy director of the American Press Institute, tells why news organizations should pay attention to wearables, and he weighs the pros … Read more

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Highlights from TEDx talks by David Carr, Ben Smith, Lisa Williams & more

During today's Poynter TEDx event, we're hearing from a variety of thought leaders in journalism and social media. We'll live blog all of the sessions, which focus on three main topics: changes in journalism, curation and engagement. You can see the lineup and replay the live blog below.  Session 1:  Changes in Journalism
  • 9:50 a.m. "Old Media Ideas in a New Media Age" -- Bill Adair
  • 10:15 a.m. "Why the Shift to the Social Web is Good for Journalism" -- Ben Smith
  • 10:40 a.m. "If This Is How the New Journalism Is, Count Us Out!" -- Jessica Hopper
  • 11:05 a.m. "How Not to Get Squished When the Media Techtonic Plates and Paradigms Shift" -- David Carr
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Ex-Engadget editor to write weekly Washington Post column

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Joshua Topolsky, who founded The Verge after quitting Engadget in March, will write a weekly Washington Post column appearing online Wednesdays and in the paper each Thursday. Topolsky, a regular on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," will focus on technology culture, trends and reviews. Also, his reporters at The Verge will contribute several articles a day to washingtonpost.com. (more...)
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How journalism students benefit from class blogs about values, practices

As incidences of checkbook journalism, plagiarism and fabrication spring up, I’m repeatedly struck by the importance of what I teach. It seems we’ve never needed ethical and excellent journalism more than we do now.

I try to promote the … Read more

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