Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
A pretty solid explanation for why journalism sucks right now. This: https:/
I thought Bannon would be today's biggest news. Then THIS... https:/
Unpacking the word "Open" by @audreywatters http:/
@billbennettnz @davewiner I think I mentioned to you that @Chronotope was mulling something over along these lines:
I'm curious if there's a middle ground? The way that @davewiner does his blog with updating hashes throughout the day would be interesting within news distribution, that way the URL changes, but at the same time it doesn't really. Example: http:/
In some sense, these hashes are related to the IndieWeb concept of fragmentions: https:/
Depending on implementation, news sites could offer a tl;dr toggle button that gives a quick multi-graph synopsis. As I recall USA Today and Digiday used to do something like this on longer pieces:
Here's a version of the functionality via the WayBackMachine that still works: https:/
Imagine how powerful a long running story could be with all of these features? Or even snippets of inter-related stories which could be plugged into larger wholes? Eg: The Trump Administration's handling of North Korea seen in fact snippets over time spanning months while pieces of this could be integrated into a larger Trump Administration mega-story going back to January or even the beginning of his campaign. Someone who hasn't been following along could jump back months or years to catch up relatively quickly, but still have access to more context that is often missing from bigger pieces which need to stand on their own relatively.
#journalism #indieweb #fragmentions
@billbennettnz I hope/suspect it will be an on/off option. Changes will also require adoption. It could mean you could fix errors though.