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
Excited to see @danehillard working on Webmention for Django!
@billbennettnz Some resources for intersection of indieweb & journalism which you may appreciate https:/
Great research by B. Fitzgerald into ad trackers used by misleading news to generate revenue. #journalism
A few favorite passages:
"Using an intercepting proxy, we observe nearly 800 different calls to several hundred distinct urls while visiting the homepage and a single article on TMZWorldStarNews."
"How can we expect ad trackers to heed calls for increased responsibility when mainstream news organizations continue to give money and user data to companies that support misinformation?"
Jeremy, thanks for another great example in the wild of another journalist doing this type of workflow.
I know you read the article "What Web Page Structure Reveals on News Quality" the other day, as did I. From that I also found and read The Platform Press: How Silicon Valley reengineered journalism http:/
#important read: The Platform Press: How Silicon Valley reengineered journalism http:/
@cleverdevil If you're going to do a tweetstorm, then you should do it so that you still own all of the content at the end. http:/
Aggregating it at the end for easier reading isn't just a bonus feature.
I've written a tad about tweetstorms as they relate to journalism and better aggregation which covers some of this area too: http:/
@Chronotope I may have recommended Noter Live to you before, but just in case: http:/
@MarinaSGerner I liked your work (and your website) so much, I had to write about it: http:/
A great piece on the potential future of journalism by @jeffjarvis: From Media to Memes http:/
I'm a sucker for notebook journalism | Pocket Paper Notebook Showdown: Moleskine vs. Field Notes http:/