An audience is not a community

Clay Shirky has a new book, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations. It’s about technologies of social networking. I don’t know if this is in the book; Shirky wrote it for a blog from his… Read More

Online journalism textbook goes multi-lingual

The free downloadable book Journalism 2.0 is now available — also free, in PDF format — in Spanish and Portuguese. To download either one, go to this page at the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. It’s… Read More

Plagiarism issue for journalism textbook?

According to a column by Guy Berger, a South African journalist and journalism educator, a Howard University journalism professor has complained that her writing has been published under another author’s name in a very well-regarded textbook. Howard’s Anju… Read More

Best books about online journalism

I love books. Are you surprised? Books are the next best thing to online media (hee hee). Paul Bradshaw has posted a list of the best books ABOUT online journalism. Go on over to his post and check… Read More

Looking for a textbook for online journalism?

The PDF version of “Journalism 2.0” (132 pages) is available for download (free) at the Knight Citizen News Network (J-Lab) Web site. Foreword by Phil Meyer Chapter 1: FTP, MB, RSS, Oh My Chapter 2: Web 2.0 Chapter… Read More

Looking for a good book

I’m on the lookout for a good book that covers the whole spectrum of peer-production and read/write culture (not only journalism). I want something in addition to, and not redundant of, We the Media (Dan Gillmor) and The… Read More

Good books about online journalism

I’d love to get some feedback about this list at Amazon: 10 books, all of which I recommend highly. What would you add to the list? Would you remove any of the books? I would be very happy… Read More