The morning after Obama’s acceptance speech

Update (Nov. 5, 2008): If you are looking for video and a transcript of the speech by President-Elect Obama on Election Night, it is here. The text that follows was posted on Aug. 29, 2008: I would like… Read More

The return of MultimediaShooter

Richard Koci Hernandez used to have this great blog called, and all of us online journalism junkies liked it — a lot! But it kept getting hacked, somehow, and Koci gave it up. Now is back!… Read More

Resources for doing online journalism

In case you never came across these short, handy lists — at Journalists’ Toolkit — take a moment and see whether they might help you out. There are brief guides to starting out in audio, video, blogging, Flash,… Read More

Rethinking the education of journalists

A lot of j-schools are starting, or in the middle of, curriculum reform. Many of these efforts focus solely on integrating the “new” skills that we use to produce journalism for digital media and devices. I meet and… Read More

Live from inside the courtroom, via Twitter

A journalist is tweeting the closing arguments of a sentencing trial in Spokane — live. This is a capital murder case. The newspaper’s Twitter feed is here. WARNING: Some descriptions and references relate to extreme violence. More trial… Read More

Behind the scenes: Make it even more transparent

I admire the journalists at The Spokesman-Review, in Spokane, Washington. They are doing great work in online video, redesigning their Web site, listening to their young staffers, and practicing transparency. Now their editor, Steven A. Smith, has posted… Read More

When good business sense goes bad

So I was thinking, as I read this Gawker post (because Will Sullivan linked to it, and I look at almost everything Will links to, except the Lego things), that maybe there’s a parallel between what happened to… Read More