What’s the Blogging Story?, Recorded on 22/10/2…, posted with vodpod There are some questions I didn’t realise were still worth asking. Is blogging journalism? Will blogging kill journalism? Can bloggers save journalism? So I was a tiny bit surprised to find myself talking about all these at a Bristol Festival Of Ideas event last Friday. […]
Aaronovitch Watch claims to have watched its last Aaro: the Times is going to go paywall at the end of this month, and that seems to us like a natural point to bring “Aaronovitch Watch” to a close. Whatever the ease or otherwise of getting Aaro’s weekly column on the down-low, the fact is that […]
We’re a two-blog household now: Nathan has just filed his first post for Un Chien du Cinema, an effort to apply some public shame as an encouragement to his PhD writing. Visit him, support him, ask him tricky questions about Freudian thory and abuse him for excluding Robocop from his thesis.
Are you interested in newsprint, the survival of print journalism and the impact of online communities on news distribution? Don’t bother with Nick Cohen’s column in the Observer this weekend, then. It’s not just Nick who comes over as clueless: the same issue features Barbara Ellen sniping on Twitter as a pointless tool of “uber-narcissists”, […]