Monthly Archives: March 2013

Who pays ‘unpaid’ writers’ bills? – Edward Wasserman – MiamiHerald.com

Who pays ‘unpaid’ writers’ bills? – Edward Wasserman – MiamiHerald.com. the insidious problem of hidden subsidy, one of the most perplexing ethical problems of journalism in the Internet age. True, undisclosed subsidy is a longstanding issue. It popped up in the oped pages of traditional newspapers. There, articles written by outsiders for little or no […]

How I Saved Veronica Mars And Destroyed The Movie Industry – ReadWrite

How I Saved Veronica Mars And Destroyed The Movie Industry – ReadWrite. The world consumes massive quantities of entertainment. Yes, we have a choice in what we watch and when and where but almost no choice, no direct say whatsoever, in what actually gets made, or by whom. This has always been the case — […]

Pew’s State of the Media: Ignore the doomsaying. American journalism has never been healthier. – Slate Magazine

Pew’s State of the Media: Ignore the doomsaying. American journalism has never been healthier. – Slate Magazine. In other words, any individual journalist working today can produce much more than our predecessors could in 1978. And the audience can essentially read all of our output. Not just today’s output either. Yesterday’s and last week’s and last month’s […]

Uber, Data Darwinism and the future of work — Tech News and Analysis

Uber, Data Darwinism and the future of work — Tech News and AnalAt present we rank photos, rate restaurants, like or dislike brands, retweet things we love. But if this idea of collaborative consumption takes hold — and I have no reason to think it won’t — we will be building a quantified society. We […]