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How to Fix RSS Redux

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Five years ago, I wrote a post about How to Fix RSS (which was my first post to appear at the top of Techmeme). The technology and media landscape has dramatically changed since then, so I’ve updated the simple three-step program, with a particular focus on news organizations.

RSS is NOT dead… it just needs to be reborn:

  1. Take down the partial text RSS feeds from your website — they are useless, and nobody uses them.  (Refer the four people still using them to 2 or 3 below.)
  2. Post your best content to Twitter and Facebook — ...
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Five years ago, I wrote a post about How to Fix RSS (which was my first post to appear at the top of Techmeme). The technology and media landscape has dramatically changed since then, so I’ve updated the simple three-step program, with a particular focus on news organizations.

RSS is NOT dead… it just needs to be reborn:

  1. Take down the partial text RSS feeds from your website — they are useless, and nobody uses them.  (Refer the four people still using them to 2 or 3 below.)
  2. Post your best content to Twitter and Facebook — ...
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Publish2 Update: Network Growth and New Business Model

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From the Publish2 Blog:

Many people have reached out to us recently and asked, “How’s Publish2 doing? You guys have been very quiet for the last few months.” That’s because we’ve had our heads down rolling out the full content distribution service that we announced last summer and launched in beta last fall. And… we’ve successfully launched our business model.

So it’s time for an update on the growth of our content distribution network and our new software-as-a-service licensing business.

Network Growth

The value of any network grows exponentially with the number of participants. So we’re excited to report ...

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From the Publish2 Blog:

Many people have reached out to us recently and asked, “How’s Publish2 doing? You guys have been very quiet for the last few months.” That’s because we’ve had our heads down rolling out the full content distribution service that we announced last summer and launched in beta last fall. And… we’ve successfully launched our business model.

So it’s time for an update on the growth of our content distribution network and our new software-as-a-service licensing business.

Network Growth

The value of any network grows exponentially with the number of participants. So we’re excited to report ...

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Disrupting the Traditional News Syndication Model

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Originally published on Nieman Journalism Lab

Clay Shirky predicts that in 2011 traditional news syndication will see widespread disruption. I couldn’t agree more. But I don’t think the disruption will happen the way Clay describes it.

Clay’s prediction assumes that news consumption will continue its shift from traditional media to the traditional desktop web, where the hyperlink rules and news consumers bounce from hyperlinked page to hyperlinked page and from site to site to site. I think that assumption is wrong. In 2011, we’ll see open acknowledgement of what has long been understood about the traditional desktop web as a ...

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Originally published on Nieman Journalism Lab

Clay Shirky predicts that in 2011 traditional news syndication will see widespread disruption. I couldn’t agree more. But I don’t think the disruption will happen the way Clay describes it.

Clay’s prediction assumes that news consumption will continue its shift from traditional media to the traditional desktop web, where the hyperlink rules and news consumers bounce from hyperlinked page to hyperlinked page and from site to site to site. I think that assumption is wrong. In 2011, we’ll see open acknowledgement of what has long been understood about the traditional desktop web as a ...

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The Content Graph and the Future of Brands

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Yesterday, two stories from Aol’s DailyFinance appeared in the Sunday print edition of the Daily Telegram, a newspaper in southern Michigan. These stories appeared on a business page that would otherwise have been produced almost entirely with stories from the Associated Press. The Daily Telegram got permission to publish these Aol stories not through a big corporate content deal, but directly through a peer-to-peer relationship — The Daily Telegram simply subscribed to DailyFinance’s newswire in Publish2’s News Exchange.

Now I’m going to tell you why what you see on this page of the Daily Telegram could play a decisive ...

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Yesterday, two stories from Aol’s DailyFinance appeared in the Sunday print edition of the Daily Telegram, a newspaper in southern Michigan. These stories appeared on a business page that would otherwise have been produced almost entirely with stories from the Associated Press. The Daily Telegram got permission to publish these Aol stories not through a big corporate content deal, but directly through a peer-to-peer relationship — The Daily Telegram simply subscribed to DailyFinance’s newswire in Publish2’s News Exchange.

Now I’m going to tell you why what you see on this page of the Daily Telegram could play a decisive ...

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The New Associated Press for the 21st Century

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This week, at TechCrunch Disrupt, we’re announcing the launch of Publish2 News Exchange, a platform aimed at disrupting the Associated Press monopoly over content distribution to newspapers. With Publish2 News Exchange, newspapers can replace the AP’s obsolete cooperative with direct content sharing and replace the AP’s commodity content with both free, high-quality content from the Web and content from any paid source.

With Publish2 News Exchange, we’ve created what the AP should have become, but can’t because of a classic Innovator’s Dilemma. The New AP is an open, efficient, scalable news distribution platform. We’re enabling newspapers to benefit for ...

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This week, at TechCrunch Disrupt, we’re announcing the launch of Publish2 News Exchange, a platform aimed at disrupting the Associated Press monopoly over content distribution to newspapers. With Publish2 News Exchange, newspapers can replace the AP’s obsolete cooperative with direct content sharing and replace the AP’s commodity content with both free, high-quality content from the Web and content from any paid source.

With Publish2 News Exchange, we’ve created what the AP should have become, but can’t because of a classic Innovator’s Dilemma. The New AP is an open, efficient, scalable news distribution platform. We’re enabling newspapers to benefit for ...

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High-End Brand Publishers Need to Sell Scalable Premium Ad Solutions, Not Commodity Ad Space

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Newspaper online advertising has not benefited greatly from the recent upswing in online ad spending, according to the New York Times and most of the recent newspaper company quarterly results. This is no surprise because most newspaper websites sell SPACE for commodity advertising — display ads and classifieds — and thus are hard pressed to compete with ad networks that specialize in selling commodity ad space by the megaton (or giving it away for free, in the case of Craigslist).

Back when newspapers where the only game in town for ad space, they could charge whatever they wanted. Now the ...

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Newspaper online advertising has not benefited greatly from the recent upswing in online ad spending, according to the New York Times and most of the recent newspaper company quarterly results. This is no surprise because most newspaper websites sell SPACE for commodity advertising — display ads and classifieds — and thus are hard pressed to compete with ad networks that specialize in selling commodity ad space by the megaton (or giving it away for free, in the case of Craigslist).

Back when newspapers where the only game in town for ad space, they could charge whatever they wanted. Now the ...

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Content Doesn’t Matter Without the Package

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In response to the launch of Google’s Fast Flip, I observed that Google is correctly focused on creating a new user interface for news, when most media companies are not. A lot of people responded that Fast Flip is not an innovative or effective UI for news — which may be true, but that misses the point entirely.

It doesn’t matter so much whether Google succeeds or fails with this particular experiment. What matters is that they are trying to solve the right problem.

The challenge for media companies is not to figure out what to do with ...

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In response to the launch of Google’s Fast Flip, I observed that Google is correctly focused on creating a new user interface for news, when most media companies are not. A lot of people responded that Fast Flip is not an innovative or effective UI for news — which may be true, but that misses the point entirely.

It doesn’t matter so much whether Google succeeds or fails with this particular experiment. What matters is that they are trying to solve the right problem.

The challenge for media companies is not to figure out what to do with ...

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What Google Understands About the Future of News and Publishing That Publishers Do Not

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Google knows a lot about the future of news — more than many publishers. It’s evident in Google’s new product, Fast Flip, which allows news consumers to “flip” through news stories. What’s striking about Fast Flip is that Google is innovating precisely where publishers used to lead innovation.

Fast Flip is a new package for news.

The publishing business has always been about packaging content. Newspapers. Magazines. Newsletters

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Fast Flip is a new package for news.

The publishing business has always been about packaging content. Newspapers. Magazines. Newsletters

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Journalists Are News Companies’ Most Valuable Asset

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Journalists are news companies’ most valuable assets.

That’s what Mike Arrington asserts, and I think he’s right (disregard the “failing old media” rhetoric):

And earlier today I got a glimpse at what AOL is up to – they are hiring all the journalists being fired and laid off by the newspapers and magazines. And they now have a news room 1,500 journalists and editors strong. Amazingly, failing old media is throwing away their most valuable assets. And AOL is eagerly picking those assets up for a song. Before anyone knows it, AOL may be the most powerful news outlet ...

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Journalists are news companies’ most valuable assets.

That’s what Mike Arrington asserts, and I think he’s right (disregard the “failing old media” rhetoric):

And earlier today I got a glimpse at what AOL is up to – they are hiring all the journalists being fired and laid off by the newspapers and magazines. And they now have a news room 1,500 journalists and editors strong. Amazingly, failing old media is throwing away their most valuable assets. And AOL is eagerly picking those assets up for a song. Before anyone knows it, AOL may be the most powerful news outlet ...

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Best Practices for Journalists Curating the Web: New York Times Bits Blog “What We’re Reading”

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The New York Times technology blog, Bits, which features original online reporting by all of the NYT technology journalists, has formally launched a new feature called “What We’re Reading.” This feature (powered by Publish2) illustrates a number of important best practices for how journalists and news orgs can create significant value for readers by curating the web. I’ve got six of them for you.

But first, here’s what the feature looks like, in the blog’s right sidebar, under the ad at the top (click for larger image):

New Feature on Bits What We're Reading

And here are the six best practices:

1. Make ...

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The New York Times technology blog, Bits, which features original online reporting by all of the NYT technology journalists, has formally launched a new feature called “What We’re Reading.” This feature (powered by Publish2) illustrates a number of important best practices for how journalists and news orgs can create significant value for readers by curating the web. I’ve got six of them for you.

But first, here’s what the feature looks like, in the blog’s right sidebar, under the ad at the top (click for larger image):

New Feature on Bits What We're Reading

And here are the six best practices:

1. Make ...

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WordPress & SocialVibe: Blogging Gone Good

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New York venture capitalist Fred Wilson is one of the most prolific and renown bloggers on the web.  And if you go his blog, avc.com, you’ll notice that (like most blogs) he runs advertising to generate revenues.  But what many of you may not know is that all the proceeds Fred generates through his blog goes to charity.  What a concept!!  You blog for a few minutes each day, and presto!  You’re supporting your favorite charity!  Now, imagine if millions of people did this… imagine the impact we could have on the ...

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New York venture capitalist Fred Wilson is one of the most prolific and renown bloggers on the web.  And if you go his blog, avc.com, you’ll notice that (like most blogs) he runs advertising to generate revenues.  But what many of you may not know is that all the proceeds Fred generates through his blog goes to charity.  What a concept!!  You blog for a few minutes each day, and presto!  You’re supporting your favorite charity!  Now, imagine if millions of people did this… imagine the impact we could have on the ...

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Why we link: A brief rundown of the reasons your news organization needs to tie the Web together

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Originally posted at BeatBlogging.org, a resource for journalists using social networks, blogs, and other Web tools to improve beat reporting.

Whenever I talk with news organizations of any size about linking to sources, resources and journalism that originated outside the walls of their newsroom, two questions come up: How and Why.

Well, conveniently enough, I work for Publish2, and we build tools that help answer the question of How. If your problem is that systems make adding links directly in the text of your story a difficult task, let’s solve that by adding links in widgets, sidebars, ...

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Originally posted at BeatBlogging.org, a resource for journalists using social networks, blogs, and other Web tools to improve beat reporting.

Whenever I talk with news organizations of any size about linking to sources, resources and journalism that originated outside the walls of their newsroom, two questions come up: How and Why.

Well, conveniently enough, I work for Publish2, and we build tools that help answer the question of How. If your problem is that systems make adding links directly in the text of your story a difficult task, let’s solve that by adding links in widgets, sidebars, ...

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Retraining Wire and Feature Editors to Be Web Curators

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If the wire editor and feature editor roles are becoming obsolete for print newspapers, as Steve Yelvington persuasively argues, then those editors should be retrained — or retrain themselves — as web curators. Rather than become obsolete, these editors could become essential to their news organization’s future on the web.

Steve observes:

On the Internet, we have no need of wire editors; if we wish to have wire content on our websites, we can plug in AP Hosted News, or run a full feed of AP Online or some similar product from another service. But with everything on the ...

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If the wire editor and feature editor roles are becoming obsolete for print newspapers, as Steve Yelvington persuasively argues, then those editors should be retrained — or retrain themselves — as web curators. Rather than become obsolete, these editors could become essential to their news organization’s future on the web.

Steve observes:

On the Internet, we have no need of wire editors; if we wish to have wire content on our websites, we can plug in AP Hosted News, or run a full feed of AP Online or some similar product from another service. But with everything on the ...

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Collaboration can’t cure #swineflu, but it can fight filter failure

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Perhaps you’ve noticed a bit of activity online the last few days related to a certain not-quite-pandemic bug that’s going around.

Swine Flu.

Or, to put it in microblogging terms, #swineflu.

The wonderful thing about the ease of communication online is that anyone can start a discussion, carry it on, pass along information, retweet it, forward an e-mail, leave a comment on a blog post, or bookmark a page in a social way.

The problem, of course, is that when millions of people are desperately looking for solid, clear information, that’s when it can be the most difficult to find ...

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Perhaps you’ve noticed a bit of activity online the last few days related to a certain not-quite-pandemic bug that’s going around.

Swine Flu.

Or, to put it in microblogging terms, #swineflu.

The wonderful thing about the ease of communication online is that anyone can start a discussion, carry it on, pass along information, retweet it, forward an e-mail, leave a comment on a blog post, or bookmark a page in a social way.

The problem, of course, is that when millions of people are desperately looking for solid, clear information, that’s when it can be the most difficult to find ...

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Joining Publish2: Ryan Sholin, Greg Linch and Howard Weaver

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Today we’re announcing three major additions to the Publish2 team — journalists whose stellar reputations speak for themselves:

Get the full scoop at the Publish2 Blog.

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Today we’re announcing three major additions to the Publish2 team — journalists whose stellar reputations speak for themselves:

Get the full scoop at the Publish2 Blog.

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How Google Stole Control Over Content Distribution By Stealing Links

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There is so much misunderstanding flying around about the economics of content on the web and the role of Google in the web’s content economy that it’s making my head hurt. So let’s see if we can straighten things out.

Google isn’t stealing content from newspapers and other media companies. It’s stealing their control over distribution, which has always been the engine of profits in media. Google makes more money than any other media company on the web because it has near monopoly control over content distribution (i.e. like a metro newspaper in the pre web era).

Those who ...

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There is so much misunderstanding flying around about the economics of content on the web and the role of Google in the web’s content economy that it’s making my head hurt. So let’s see if we can straighten things out.

Google isn’t stealing content from newspapers and other media companies. It’s stealing their control over distribution, which has always been the engine of profits in media. Google makes more money than any other media company on the web because it has near monopoly control over content distribution (i.e. like a metro newspaper in the pre web era).

Those who ...

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The Great Seattle Advertising Experiment: What Will Happen to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s Print Advertising Dollars?

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The Seattle Post-Intelligencer today because the first major metro newspaper to stop publishing in print but keep the news brand alive on the web. Seattlepi.com’s Executive Editor Michelle Nicolosi promises bold experiments, “to break a lot of rules that newspaper Web sites stick to.” And to be sure, the entire news industry will be watching to see what an editorial staff of 20 can accomplish compared to a staff of 165. (Given their intent to look “everywhere for efficiencies” — and that they won’t have “reporters, editors or producers—everyone will do and be everything” — I suspect ...

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The Seattle Post-Intelligencer today because the first major metro newspaper to stop publishing in print but keep the news brand alive on the web. Seattlepi.com’s Executive Editor Michelle Nicolosi promises bold experiments, “to break a lot of rules that newspaper Web sites stick to.” And to be sure, the entire news industry will be watching to see what an editorial staff of 20 can accomplish compared to a staff of 165. (Given their intent to look “everywhere for efficiencies” — and that they won’t have “reporters, editors or producers—everyone will do and be everything” — I suspect ...

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Announcing Digital Sunlight: Publish2’s Platform for Collaborative Journalism

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Today, with the signing of the largest government stimulus program in history, Publish2 is announcing a new initiative to help newsrooms faced with declining resources continue to play the watchdog role that is so vital in this time of crisis. Digital Sunlight is our code name for a new feature set that will allow citizens to help journalists cover the stimulus act and the other big stories that affect our lives and our communities by submitting tips, leads, anecdotes, questions, etc. into a global searchable database.

In particular, we aim to overcome what we believe is a limitation of many ...

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Today, with the signing of the largest government stimulus program in history, Publish2 is announcing a new initiative to help newsrooms faced with declining resources continue to play the watchdog role that is so vital in this time of crisis. Digital Sunlight is our code name for a new feature set that will allow citizens to help journalists cover the stimulus act and the other big stories that affect our lives and our communities by submitting tips, leads, anecdotes, questions, etc. into a global searchable database.

In particular, we aim to overcome what we believe is a limitation of many ...

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Why local-news aggregation is useful information, not information overload

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My post on the Washington state linking project focused on the awesome innovation involved and on the benefits of collaborative linking in general. But the project also shows why this kind of news aggregation is so useful for a local audience.

The biggest danger with news aggregation is that instead of acting as a filter, it can sometimes add to readers’ information overload. I read Andrew Sullivan’s blog as much for his links as for his original posts, but some days his link-blogging is just too prolific for me. (As Howard Owens put it: “To all the bloggers ...

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My post on the Washington state linking project focused on the awesome innovation involved and on the benefits of collaborative linking in general. But the project also shows why this kind of news aggregation is so useful for a local audience.

The biggest danger with news aggregation is that instead of acting as a filter, it can sometimes add to readers’ information overload. I read Andrew Sullivan’s blog as much for his links as for his original posts, but some days his link-blogging is just too prolific for me. (As Howard Owens put it: “To all the bloggers ...

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Networked link journalism: A revolution quietly begins in Washington state

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The discussion about journalism’s future so often focuses on Big Changes — Kill the print edition! Flips for everyone! Reinvent business models NOW! — that it’s easy to forget how simple innovation can be.

Sometimes all you need is a few Tweets, a bunch of links, and some like-minded pioneers.

That’s how a quiet revolution began in Washington state Wednesday. Four journalists spontaneously launched one of the first experiments in collaborative (or networked) link journalism to cover a major local story.

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The discussion about journalism’s future so often focuses on Big Changes — Kill the print edition! Flips for everyone! Reinvent business models NOW! — that it’s easy to forget how simple innovation can be.

Sometimes all you need is a few Tweets, a bunch of links, and some like-minded pioneers.

That’s how a quiet revolution began in Washington state Wednesday. Four journalists spontaneously launched one of the first experiments in collaborative (or networked) link journalism to cover a major local story.

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One Week Left To Enter The “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest

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There’s one week left to submit an entry to the “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest. The deadline is December 30.

We’ve gotten some great entries by journalists who are thinking creatively, passionately, and positively about the future. You can show your support for them by helping to rate the entries (some examples embedded below):

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There’s one week left to submit an entry to the “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest. The deadline is December 30.

We’ve gotten some great entries by journalists who are thinking creatively, passionately, and positively about the future. You can show your support for them by helping to rate the entries (some examples embedded below):

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When A Newspaper Stops Publishing In Print, What Happens To The Print Advertising Dollars?

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With all the debate over the future of newspapers, here’s a question I haven’t heard anybody ask (much less answer): If a metropolitan newspaper suddenly ceased to publish, leaving the city with no newspaper, what would happen to all of that newspaper’s ad dollars?

Most newspaper companies’ strategy right now is based on the assumption that you can’t shut down the print newspaper because it brings in 90% of the revenue, and you couldn’t possibly support the same news gathering operation with the 10% revenue slice that goes to the website. (The 10% problem)

There’s just one ...

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With all the debate over the future of newspapers, here’s a question I haven’t heard anybody ask (much less answer): If a metropolitan newspaper suddenly ceased to publish, leaving the city with no newspaper, what would happen to all of that newspaper’s ad dollars?

Most newspaper companies’ strategy right now is based on the assumption that you can’t shut down the print newspaper because it brings in 90% of the revenue, and you couldn’t possibly support the same news gathering operation with the 10% revenue slice that goes to the website. (The 10% problem)

There’s just one ...

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Breaking News Link Journalism: Blagojevich Arrest

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So you’ve got a big breaking story right in your backyard, e.g. the governor gets arrested for trying to sell the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the President Elect. Your newsroom is on the case, but the story is still developing. There are national ramifications, so reporting goes beyond the local angle. How do you round out your front page coverage, add to your dynamic updates, and reinforce to readers that you are THE destination for this story?

If you’re the Chicago Tribune, you create a link journalism feature that dynamically tracks what “what others are ...

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So you’ve got a big breaking story right in your backyard, e.g. the governor gets arrested for trying to sell the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the President Elect. Your newsroom is on the case, but the story is still developing. There are national ramifications, so reporting goes beyond the local angle. How do you round out your front page coverage, add to your dynamic updates, and reinforce to readers that you are THE destination for this story?

If you’re the Chicago Tribune, you create a link journalism feature that dynamically tracks what “what others are ...

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Crowdsourcing, citizen journalism, and the lesson of scrapbook news

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I want to further explore the idea of “scrapbook news” as a way of reframing the crowdsourcing/citizen journalism discussion.

One reason mainstream news organizations haven’t embraced the concepts may be that the spirit (if not the letter) of the cit-j discussion tends to focus on the people involved rather than the news being covered. That is, the tonal takeaway is often something like “Who needs professional journalists? Throw the useless bums out of their tower!”

These ideas might get a better reception if the discussion instead focused on which kinds of news are best suited to coverage by people ...

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I want to further explore the idea of “scrapbook news” as a way of reframing the crowdsourcing/citizen journalism discussion.

One reason mainstream news organizations haven’t embraced the concepts may be that the spirit (if not the letter) of the cit-j discussion tends to focus on the people involved rather than the news being covered. That is, the tonal takeaway is often something like “Who needs professional journalists? Throw the useless bums out of their tower!”

These ideas might get a better reception if the discussion instead focused on which kinds of news are best suited to coverage by people ...

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Why not writing a story is innovation

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Discussions about journalism innovation usually focus on technology: Twitter, RSS, Flash, Django, data visualization, and all the other cool stuff that’s making online news so rich.

But there’s an equally important conceptual aspect of journalism innovation. Newsrooms have to rethink the kind of stories they cover and the way they tell those stories, or all the new technologies could be wasted on news that readers don’t find relevant or interesting.

To do this, they have to practice innovation-by-omission. That is, they need to stop writing stories that don’t deserve to be written.

Newsrooms no longer have the luxury of ...

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Discussions about journalism innovation usually focus on technology: Twitter, RSS, Flash, Django, data visualization, and all the other cool stuff that’s making online news so rich.

But there’s an equally important conceptual aspect of journalism innovation. Newsrooms have to rethink the kind of stories they cover and the way they tell those stories, or all the new technologies could be wasted on news that readers don’t find relevant or interesting.

To do this, they have to practice innovation-by-omission. That is, they need to stop writing stories that don’t deserve to be written.

Newsrooms no longer have the luxury of ...

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First Entry In The “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest: Daniel Bachhuber

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The “I Am The Future Of Journalism Contest” has its first entry, and it’s awesome. Daniel Bachhuber is a journalism student at the University of Oregon, a photographer, web developer, member of CoPress, and a journalist with a compelling vision of the future:

Here’s the text of Daniel’s entry:

There are three important themes I’d like to convey with my response, if they aren’t already apparent in the video. I consider myself a “journalist of the future” (with moon boots and everything) because, even though I’m still a student, I focus on these principles.

First: innovation. Those who ...

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The “I Am The Future Of Journalism Contest” has its first entry, and it’s awesome. Daniel Bachhuber is a journalism student at the University of Oregon, a photographer, web developer, member of CoPress, and a journalist with a compelling vision of the future:

Here’s the text of Daniel’s entry:

There are three important themes I’d like to convey with my response, if they aren’t already apparent in the video. I consider myself a “journalist of the future” (with moon boots and everything) because, even though I’m still a student, I focus on these principles.

First: innovation. Those who ...

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Announcing the “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest

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Publish2 is launching a contest for journalists to promote themselves as the future of journalism. We believe journalism has a bright future, and we’re betting everything on that belief.

The winner of the “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest receives a prize that we know is increasingly valuable in journalism due to shrinking supply — a job.

It’s a job with Publish2, a start-up focused on helping journalism thrive in the digital age. We already employ two incredibly talented journalists, Tammi Marcoullier and Josh Korr, and we want to expand our team. Included in the offer is ...

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Publish2 is launching a contest for journalists to promote themselves as the future of journalism. We believe journalism has a bright future, and we’re betting everything on that belief.

The winner of the “I Am The Future Of Journalism” Contest receives a prize that we know is increasingly valuable in journalism due to shrinking supply — a job.

It’s a job with Publish2, a start-up focused on helping journalism thrive in the digital age. We already employ two incredibly talented journalists, Tammi Marcoullier and Josh Korr, and we want to expand our team. Included in the offer is ...

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Link Journalism Drives Page Views and Engagement

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There’s an article page on GoVolXtra, Knoxnews.com’s sports vertical site for the Tennessee Vols, that accounted for 6% of ALL Knoxnews and GoVolXtra article page views for the last two weeks, and as much as 14% of all article page views one of the days since it was first published. The page has consistently generated about twice as many page views as the next most visited page. And the article has racked up nearly 300 comments, becoming a nexus for discussion and debate on the hot topic that it covers — who will replace University of Tennessee coach ...

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There’s an article page on GoVolXtra, Knoxnews.com’s sports vertical site for the Tennessee Vols, that accounted for 6% of ALL Knoxnews and GoVolXtra article page views for the last two weeks, and as much as 14% of all article page views one of the days since it was first published. The page has consistently generated about twice as many page views as the next most visited page. And the article has racked up nearly 300 comments, becoming a nexus for discussion and debate on the hot topic that it covers — who will replace University of Tennessee coach ...

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Should Newspaper Companies Get Out Of The Newspaper Business?

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Forget the bailout. I have a great new business model for Detroit automakers. Sell Toyotas and Hondas. Detroit already has the dealer networks. There’s great demand for Japanese cars. In fact, Detroit could retool all of their manufacturing plants to make Toyotas and Hondas.

That proposal is similar to one put forth for newspaper companies by API’s Newspaper Next project. Says managing director Stephen Gray:

“[Newspapers] should become the leading local Internet ad agency, which goes against ancient newspaper instinct of not ever helping anyone who is your competitor,” he said....

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Forget the bailout. I have a great new business model for Detroit automakers. Sell Toyotas and Hondas. Detroit already has the dealer networks. There’s great demand for Japanese cars. In fact, Detroit could retool all of their manufacturing plants to make Toyotas and Hondas.

That proposal is similar to one put forth for newspaper companies by API’s Newspaper Next project. Says managing director Stephen Gray:

“[Newspapers] should become the leading local Internet ad agency, which goes against ancient newspaper instinct of not ever helping anyone who is your competitor,” he said....

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Hulu to Match YouTube’s Revenue: Ten Observations For The Future of Media

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An analyst at Screen Digest estimates that in “2008 YouTube will generate about $100m in the US, compared to about $70m at Hulu. Next year both sites will generate about $180m in the US.” That’s very significant because YouTube had 83m unique viewers in the US in September, while Hulu only had 6m.

Here, in no particular order, are ten observations you could make from this data, which speak to the the future of media:

  1. Professional content still has A LOT more value than “user-generated content.”
  2. Legal content still has A LOT more value than illegal content.
  3. Professional ...
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An analyst at Screen Digest estimates that in “2008 YouTube will generate about $100m in the US, compared to about $70m at Hulu. Next year both sites will generate about $180m in the US.” That’s very significant because YouTube had 83m unique viewers in the US in September, while Hulu only had 6m.

Here, in no particular order, are ten observations you could make from this data, which speak to the the future of media:

  1. Professional content still has A LOT more value than “user-generated content.”
  2. Legal content still has A LOT more value than illegal content.
  3. Professional ...
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The market and the internet don’t care if you make money

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The title of this post comes straight from the mind-blowing mind of Seth Godin, preaching to the book industry (promoting his book Tribes), but he could just as easily be preaching to anyone in media:

[T]he market and the internet don’t care if you make money. That’s important to say. You have no right to make money from every development in media, and the humility that comes from approaching the market that way matters. It’s not “how can the market make me money” it’s “how can I do things for this market.”

and

The market doesn’t care a ...

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The title of this post comes straight from the mind-blowing mind of Seth Godin, preaching to the book industry (promoting his book Tribes), but he could just as easily be preaching to anyone in media:

[T]he market and the internet don’t care if you make money. That’s important to say. You have no right to make money from every development in media, and the humility that comes from approaching the market that way matters. It’s not “how can the market make me money” it’s “how can I do things for this market.”

and

The market doesn’t care a ...

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Link Journalism Innovation: What We’re Reading at Reading Eagle

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Reading Eagle has brought their journalists out from behind the curtain to share with readers what they are reading on the web — often beyond what can be found on Reading’s own site. Their new link journalism feature is called, appropriately enough, What We’re Reading:

Each editor has a profile on the page with photo, email, Twitter, and links to what they are reading (courtesy of Publish2 widgets). For example, assistant news editor Karen Miller shares interesting links on money and investing, adding her own perspective as context.

Readers can find more of Karen’s great links here. Contributing to ...

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Reading Eagle has brought their journalists out from behind the curtain to share with readers what they are reading on the web — often beyond what can be found on Reading’s own site. Their new link journalism feature is called, appropriately enough, What We’re Reading:

Each editor has a profile on the page with photo, email, Twitter, and links to what they are reading (courtesy of Publish2 widgets). For example, assistant news editor Karen Miller shares interesting links on money and investing, adding her own perspective as context.

Readers can find more of Karen’s great links here. Contributing to ...

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Newsrooms Can Grow Twitter Followers By Using Twitter For Link Journalism

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Most newsrooms have utterly narcissistic Twitter accounts. The worst offenders (which unfortunately is the majority) use services like Twitterfeed to automatically tweet links to the newspaper’s own content. Here’s our RSS feed on Twitter! Don’t get enough of our content on our site or through RSS? Now get it on Twitter, too!

Some newsrooms are slightly better in that there is an actual human being who uses the Twitter feed to let followers know about new content on the newsroom’s site, in a conversational tone. Still, it’s all about sharing OUR content.

Is it any wonder why so many newsrooms ...

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Most newsrooms have utterly narcissistic Twitter accounts. The worst offenders (which unfortunately is the majority) use services like Twitterfeed to automatically tweet links to the newspaper’s own content. Here’s our RSS feed on Twitter! Don’t get enough of our content on our site or through RSS? Now get it on Twitter, too!

Some newsrooms are slightly better in that there is an actual human being who uses the Twitter feed to let followers know about new content on the newsroom’s site, in a conversational tone. Still, it’s all about sharing OUR content.

Is it any wonder why so many newsrooms ...

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Guardian Launches Full RSS Feeds, First Media Company Not To Suppress RSS Adoption

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On the eve of The Guardian’s launch of full text RSS feeds, Matt McAlister, Head of Guardian Developer Network, pinged me looking for examples of other mainstream media companies that have full text RSS feeds. Surely this many years into the age of syndication, Guardian couldn’t be the first mainstream media company to adopt full RSS feeds, which nearly every major independent blog has had since inception. The technology for inserting ads into RSS feeds is simple (heck, even I figured it out) and has been around for years.

But neither Matt nor I could find any examples. ...

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On the eve of The Guardian’s launch of full text RSS feeds, Matt McAlister, Head of Guardian Developer Network, pinged me looking for examples of other mainstream media companies that have full text RSS feeds. Surely this many years into the age of syndication, Guardian couldn’t be the first mainstream media company to adopt full RSS feeds, which nearly every major independent blog has had since inception. The technology for inserting ads into RSS feeds is simple (heck, even I figured it out) and has been around for years.

But neither Matt nor I could find any examples. ...

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Mainstream News Organizations Entering the Web’s Link Economy Will Shift the Balance of Power and Wealth

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The New York Times published an article this week about mainstream news organizations embracing link journalism and news aggregation. Gawker and others scoffed that they are late to the game, which they are, but that misses (predictably) the BIG story.

If news orgs like the NYT, Washington Post, and hundreds of newspaper sites start linking to news and other content around the web in a big way, on their front pages (as the NYT plans) and across their sites, it will have a HUGE impact on the web’s link economy. These news orgs may have been slow to realize how ...

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The New York Times published an article this week about mainstream news organizations embracing link journalism and news aggregation. Gawker and others scoffed that they are late to the game, which they are, but that misses (predictably) the BIG story.

If news orgs like the NYT, Washington Post, and hundreds of newspaper sites start linking to news and other content around the web in a big way, on their front pages (as the NYT plans) and across their sites, it will have a HUGE impact on the web’s link economy. These news orgs may have been slow to realize how ...

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Nervous About Link Journalism? Ignore Web’s ‘Cesspool’ And Tap Its ‘Natural Spring’

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There are several reasons why most mainstream news organizations have been slow to embrace link journalism.

First, news orgs typically act as though other news orgs don’t exist (blame long-standing notions of “owning” the news, and more recent unjustified fears of sending readers away). Second, news orgs had few mechanisms for breaking out of that walled-garden mentality online — for finding good stories among the web’s reaches, and delivering those stories to readers — even if they wanted to.

But there’s a third, more fundamental, barrier to linking: Many journalists worry about the wild wild web.

As Carolyn Washburn commented ...

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There are several reasons why most mainstream news organizations have been slow to embrace link journalism.

First, news orgs typically act as though other news orgs don’t exist (blame long-standing notions of “owning” the news, and more recent unjustified fears of sending readers away). Second, news orgs had few mechanisms for breaking out of that walled-garden mentality online — for finding good stories among the web’s reaches, and delivering those stories to readers — even if they wanted to.

But there’s a third, more fundamental, barrier to linking: Many journalists worry about the wild wild web.

As Carolyn Washburn commented ...

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Will Algorithms Make Human Editors Obsolete? Not If Journalists Collaborate

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Will algorithms replace human editors on the web? It’s a bogeyman question on one level, but ask any news site about the percentage of traffic they get from search engines — and what the trend looks like — and you’ll realize that algorithms are increasingly deciding what we pay attention to, what is important, what is relevant. It’s part of how journalists and news orgs have abdicated their traditional roles on the web.

And it’s not just Google — news sites are increasingly filled with links generated by algorithms that suggest to readers what else they ought to read. And ...

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Will algorithms replace human editors on the web? It’s a bogeyman question on one level, but ask any news site about the percentage of traffic they get from search engines — and what the trend looks like — and you’ll realize that algorithms are increasingly deciding what we pay attention to, what is important, what is relevant. It’s part of how journalists and news orgs have abdicated their traditional roles on the web.

And it’s not just Google — news sites are increasingly filled with links generated by algorithms that suggest to readers what else they ought to read. And ...

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FAF deciding on filters on post to be syndicated:

The New AP

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Matt Thompson and Jeff Jarvis have been doing some important thinking on how news coverage needs to change in the Internet Age. They argue that a flow of shallow, time-dependent stories no longer works as a foundation for helping readers understand the world.

Thompson started a blog devoted to exploring an alternative. He writes in the introductory post:

Until recently, newspaper editors defined news as “important developments over the past 24 hours.” … My understanding of journalism is broader. To me, journalism is the constant effort to deliver a truer picture of the world as it is. The “latest ...

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Matt Thompson and Jeff Jarvis have been doing some important thinking on how news coverage needs to change in the Internet Age. They argue that a flow of shallow, time-dependent stories no longer works as a foundation for helping readers understand the world.

Thompson started a blog devoted to exploring an alternative. He writes in the introductory post:

Until recently, newspaper editors defined news as “important developments over the past 24 hours.” … My understanding of journalism is broader. To me, journalism is the constant effort to deliver a truer picture of the world as it is. The “latest ...

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False Steve Jobs Heart Attack Report on CNN’s iReport Is a Failure of Open Systems

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Someone posted a false report that Steve Jobs had heart attack to CNN’s citizen journalism site iReport. The fallout (which could include an SEC investigation) lead to the inevitable question of whether this is a failure of citizen journalism.

It’s not. It’s a failure of open systems.

As Sarah Perez points out at ReadWriteWeb, ANYONE can become a citizen journalist on iReport:

Apparently, it’s as easy to become a citizen journalist on CNN as it is to sign up for a new web app from an internet startup, if not easier. The process involves nothing more than filling out ...

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Someone posted a false report that Steve Jobs had heart attack to CNN’s citizen journalism site iReport. The fallout (which could include an SEC investigation) lead to the inevitable question of whether this is a failure of citizen journalism.

It’s not. It’s a failure of open systems.

As Sarah Perez points out at ReadWriteWeb, ANYONE can become a citizen journalist on iReport:

Apparently, it’s as easy to become a citizen journalist on CNN as it is to sign up for a new web app from an internet startup, if not easier. The process involves nothing more than filling out ...

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washingtonpost.com’s Political Browser Uses the News Judgment of Journalists to Filter the Political Web

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washingtonpost.com has launched a new politics page called Political Browser, which features, wait for it… links to the most important and interesting political news around the web. That’s right, the Washington Post, one of the paragons of original political reporting, has dedicated a page to help you find the best of OTHER news organization’s political reporting.

Crazy? Well, actually it makes perfect sense.

I spoke with Eric Pianin, the Politics Editor for washingtonpost.com, who explained that The Washington Post sees an opportunity to extend their highly respected politic news brand to filtering the political web.

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washingtonpost.com has launched a new politics page called Political Browser, which features, wait for it… links to the most important and interesting political news around the web. That’s right, the Washington Post, one of the paragons of original political reporting, has dedicated a page to help you find the best of OTHER news organization’s political reporting.

Crazy? Well, actually it makes perfect sense.

I spoke with Eric Pianin, the Politics Editor for washingtonpost.com, who explained that The Washington Post sees an opportunity to extend their highly respected politic news brand to filtering the political web.

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Link Journalism in Action: Vols Game Coverage Roundup Most Viewed and Commented on GoVolsXtra.com

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Yeah, fine, so Drudge gets lots of traffic for links, but we’re not Drudge, so it won’t work for our news site, right? Wrong. Here’s a case example from Knoxnews.com’s sports site GoVolsXtra.com.

This roundup of links to coverage and commentary on the Vols’ loss to Florida was the MOST VIEWED article today on GoVolsXtra.com.

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Yeah, fine, so Drudge gets lots of traffic for links, but we’re not Drudge, so it won’t work for our news site, right? Wrong. Here’s a case example from Knoxnews.com’s sports site GoVolsXtra.com.

This roundup of links to coverage and commentary on the Vols’ loss to Florida was the MOST VIEWED article today on GoVolsXtra.com.

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Why Isn’t Facebook Making More Money? (Hint: Advertiser Value and User Value Are Not Aligned)

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I happened to visit Facebook’s Business Solutions page, and was struck by how, at least on the surface, these advertising formats seem like exactly the kind of innovation that should be helping Facebook achieve Goolge-style revenue — which is of course what Facebook’s $15 billion valuation assumes will happen.

And yet with 100 MILLION users, Facebook’s 2008 revenue was only projected to be $300 million. (The number may higher, haven’t seen, but it would be big news if it was much higher.)

Can you imagine a traditional media company with 100 MILLION viewers/readers/subscribers and only $300 million in revenue?

...

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I happened to visit Facebook’s Business Solutions page, and was struck by how, at least on the surface, these advertising formats seem like exactly the kind of innovation that should be helping Facebook achieve Goolge-style revenue — which is of course what Facebook’s $15 billion valuation assumes will happen.

And yet with 100 MILLION users, Facebook’s 2008 revenue was only projected to be $300 million. (The number may higher, haven’t seen, but it would be big news if it was much higher.)

Can you imagine a traditional media company with 100 MILLION viewers/readers/subscribers and only $300 million in revenue?

...

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How Newspapers Abdicated the Front Page’s Influence and How They Can Get it Back By Linking

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The front page of the newspaper used to set the news agenda. Extra, Extra, read all about it! But that influence has steadily waned through the TV and Cable News era, and the web now threatens to obliterate it entirely.

So who sets the news agenda now? One significant influence is a guy with nothing but a page full of links (you know, the kind that “send people away”).

In a post the other day, Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza called Drudge “the single most influential source for how the presidential campaign is covered in the country.”

That’s quite a ...

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The front page of the newspaper used to set the news agenda. Extra, Extra, read all about it! But that influence has steadily waned through the TV and Cable News era, and the web now threatens to obliterate it entirely.

So who sets the news agenda now? One significant influence is a guy with nothing but a page full of links (you know, the kind that “send people away”).

In a post the other day, Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza called Drudge “the single most influential source for how the presidential campaign is covered in the country.”

That’s quite a ...

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Advertiser Online Now, Get a Free Ad In Print

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Just saw this house ad on NYTimes.com:

A print ad offered as added value for online advertising. Now THAT’S a reversal.

Here’s more:

NYT is trying to reverse the economic polarity of its business....

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Just saw this house ad on NYTimes.com:

A print ad offered as added value for online advertising. Now THAT’S a reversal.

Here’s more:

NYT is trying to reverse the economic polarity of its business....

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Explaining the Financial Crisis: Continuously Updated News Aggregation in Action

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Scott framed his previous challenge to news sites in general terms: like Drudge, any site could use continuously updated aggregation to become a “destination for links to news of what’s going in the world.” But this kind of aggregation can be just as powerful when applied to specific stories or topics.

For example, you might have noticed that the U.S. financial system seems to be — how to put this delicately? — collapsing. Most readers (and, um, journalists) probably have only the faintest idea of what the heck is going on. Yet this is one case where many ...

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Scott framed his previous challenge to news sites in general terms: like Drudge, any site could use continuously updated aggregation to become a “destination for links to news of what’s going in the world.” But this kind of aggregation can be just as powerful when applied to specific stories or topics.

For example, you might have noticed that the U.S. financial system seems to be — how to put this delicately? — collapsing. Most readers (and, um, journalists) probably have only the faintest idea of what the heck is going on. Yet this is one case where many ...

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Why Every News Site Should Put a Continuously Updated News Aggregation on the Homepage

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My post on Drudge beating all other news sites on engagement was an aha for many, which is interesting because the lesson of Drudge has been around for a decade. But the lessons of web publishing are all so utterly counterintuitive that I suppose they take a while to sink in.

That said, a number of commenters took issue with the conclusion that Drudge’s engagement metrics are meaningful, and that there are any useful lessons for other news sites.

I’m going to respond by upping the ante — I think the lesson of Drudge is that every news site should ...

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Decide filter: Returning post, everything seems orderly :Why Every News Site Should Put a Continuously Updated News Aggregation on the Homepage

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My post on Drudge beating all other news sites on engagement was an aha for many, which is interesting because the lesson of Drudge has been around for a decade. But the lessons of web publishing are all so utterly counterintuitive that I suppose they take a while to sink in.

That said, a number of commenters took issue with the conclusion that Drudge’s engagement metrics are meaningful, and that there are any useful lessons for other news sites.

I’m going to respond by upping the ante — I think the lesson of Drudge is that every news site should ...

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New InDesign Extension – Find/Change Attributes

Array ( [post_title] => New InDesign Extension – Find/Change Attributes [post_content] => The Find/Change Attributes extension allows you to load formatting attributes from selected text into InDesign's Find/Change dialog box. That's a handy feature to have for a range of production scenarios, but for me in particular it's something I use a lot when cleaning up supplied InDesign files prior to EPUB conversion. Cari Jansen - Training, Print & Electronic Publishing Consultancy, Technical Writing/Editing, Public Speaking [post_date_gmt] => 2014-08-29 19:08:00 [post_date] => 2014-08-29 14:08:00 [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-08-29 19:08:00 [post_modified] => 2014-08-29 14:08:00 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://carijansen.com/?p=2839 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/506225/new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/506225/new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/506225/new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes.php [syndication_item_hash] => Array ( [0] => 8efb58564e02a901337a9026994bb1fb [1] => 0322701bec26ca175a396d3c300324ca [2] => a9bf44d401503e1738bf49e9cf19aba1 [3] => 4877d21f98d6c95c8cb2fec3eb8fa34b [4] => 361d7b0019c8fda2e514e515af20a4ee [5] => c89cc3c5a7ed97651aae1d606220337f [6] => 9ac2f97683e111e54f08d9b9b692ff09 [7] => fb3333bc886aa023222993507bf18fa1 [8] => e34998bdabb3c577f761817c4f51308b [9] => 681cc581cdd46a7a11b8bab4afbe8ff9 ) ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 468 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) [post_name] => new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes )

Decide filter: Returning post, everything seems orderly :New InDesign Extension – Find/Change Attributes

Array ( [post_title] => New InDesign Extension – Find/Change Attributes [post_content] => The Find/Change Attributes extension allows you to load formatting attributes from selected text into InDesign's Find/Change dialog box. That's a handy feature to have for a range of production scenarios, but for me in particular it's something I use a lot when cleaning up supplied InDesign files prior to EPUB conversion. Cari Jansen - Training, Print & Electronic Publishing Consultancy, Technical Writing/Editing, Public Speaking [post_date_gmt] => 2014-08-29 19:08:00 [post_date] => 2014-08-29 14:08:00 [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-08-29 19:08:00 [post_modified] => 2014-08-29 14:08:00 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://carijansen.com/?p=2839 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/506225/new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/506225/new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/506225/new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes.php [syndication_item_hash] => Array ( [0] => 8efb58564e02a901337a9026994bb1fb [1] => 0322701bec26ca175a396d3c300324ca [2] => a9bf44d401503e1738bf49e9cf19aba1 [3] => 4877d21f98d6c95c8cb2fec3eb8fa34b [4] => 361d7b0019c8fda2e514e515af20a4ee [5] => c89cc3c5a7ed97651aae1d606220337f [6] => 9ac2f97683e111e54f08d9b9b692ff09 [7] => fb3333bc886aa023222993507bf18fa1 [8] => e34998bdabb3c577f761817c4f51308b [9] => 681cc581cdd46a7a11b8bab4afbe8ff9 ) ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 468 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) [post_name] => new-indesign-extension-findchange-attributes )

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Using InDesign to adapt plain text for EPUB

Array ( [post_title] => Using InDesign to adapt plain text for EPUB [post_content] => There was a chapter that I ultimately decided to leave out of “EPUB Straight to the Point” that I've been wanting to publish for a long time. It explains how to use GREP in InDesign to massage a plain text file so that it's easier to format. It shows how to get rid of extra line breaks, extra spaces, and how to convert special plain text formatting (underscores and carats) into their modern day counterparts, bold and small caps. [post_date_gmt] => 2012-02-02 21:15:38 [post_date] => 2012-02-02 16:15:38 [post_modified_gmt] => 2012-02-02 21:15:38 [post_modified] => 2012-02-02 16:15:38 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://gurusunleashed.com/?guid=d4e34d7b59765cea6824b16bab58c5f2 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507591/using-indesign-to-adapt-plain-text-for-epub.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507591/using-indesign-to-adapt-plain-text-for-epub.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507591/using-indesign-to-adapt-plain-text-for-epub.php [syndication_item_hash] => 937def28be3b3edfbc990595ad35f496 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 470 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

Decide filter: Returning post, everything seems orderly :Using InDesign to adapt plain text for EPUB

Array ( [post_title] => Using InDesign to adapt plain text for EPUB [post_content] => There was a chapter that I ultimately decided to leave out of “EPUB Straight to the Point” that I've been wanting to publish for a long time. It explains how to use GREP in InDesign to massage a plain text file so that it's easier to format. It shows how to get rid of extra line breaks, extra spaces, and how to convert special plain text formatting (underscores and carats) into their modern day counterparts, bold and small caps. [post_date_gmt] => 2012-02-02 21:15:38 [post_date] => 2012-02-02 16:15:38 [post_modified_gmt] => 2012-02-02 21:15:38 [post_modified] => 2012-02-02 16:15:38 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://gurusunleashed.com/?guid=d4e34d7b59765cea6824b16bab58c5f2 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507591/using-indesign-to-adapt-plain-text-for-epub.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507591/using-indesign-to-adapt-plain-text-for-epub.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507591/using-indesign-to-adapt-plain-text-for-epub.php [syndication_item_hash] => 937def28be3b3edfbc990595ad35f496 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 470 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Quark Releases QuarkXPress 9.2 with New EPUB Publishing Features

Array ( [post_title] => Quark Releases QuarkXPress 9.2 with New EPUB Publishing Features [post_content] => This free update for existing QuarkXPress 9 users adds 25+ new and enhanced features to make it easier than ever to create e-books and iPad apps. Please take time to read the accompanying documentation, ‘QuarkXPress 9.2 ReadMe’ and the updated guides for QuarkXPress 9 and App Studio. Highlights in QuarkXPress 9.2 include: [post_date_gmt] => 2012-01-05 18:52:23 [post_date] => 2012-01-05 13:52:23 [post_modified_gmt] => 2012-01-05 18:52:23 [post_modified] => 2012-01-05 13:52:23 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://www.quark.com/Support/Downloads/Details.aspx?fid=224 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507607/quark-releases-quarkxpress-9-2-with-new-epub-publishing-features.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507607/quark-releases-quarkxpress-9-2-with-new-epub-publishing-features.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/507607/quark-releases-quarkxpress-9-2-with-new-epub-publishing-features.php [syndication_item_hash] => c7b79a509c2925221f15b4de76dc767e ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 730 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6005 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

Decide filter: Returning post, everything seems orderly :Quark Releases QuarkXPress 9.2 with New EPUB Publishing Features

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Tomaxxi’s Script: Renaming images from within InDesign

Array ( [post_title] => Tomaxxi’s Script: Renaming images from within InDesign [post_content] => Some time ago Tomaxxi (Marijan Tompa) wrote a small script that allows you to rename images from within InDesign. You might wonder why you’d want to use a script like this? Well, I actually found myself using it this morning as part of an EPUB production process. I’d received client-supplied print artwork in InDesign, and the Links used in the...read more → Cari Jansen - Training, Print & Electronic Publishing Consultancy, Technical Writing/Editing, Public Speaking [post_date_gmt] => 2011-11-10 14:17:12 [post_date] => 2011-11-10 09:17:12 [post_modified_gmt] => 2011-11-10 14:17:12 [post_modified] => 2011-11-10 09:17:12 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://carijansen.com/?p=2483 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => http://gurusunleashed.com/ 0 ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509544/tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509544/tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509544/tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign.php [syndication_item_hash] => Array ( [0] => 9b23da3c314cc2a2ad9275a5bfe65241 [1] => ca28048422605b7427168890a5b64966 [2] => 75dc670fc963d2b5cc281e64c3f9992c [3] => c8361172c159cc5081098d8c2a692c06 [4] => 6910775f98aeebbf610d4b8aa27ce3b2 [5] => 97975c83296aa655c8f6ce1acc28bcb4 [6] => 8f749d515fe8337faca50d28597e0588 [7] => 3e9f499c968b0a4ba37747226e6514ba ) ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 468 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) [post_name] => tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign )

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Array ( [post_title] => Tomaxxi’s Script: Renaming images from within InDesign [post_content] => Some time ago Tomaxxi (Marijan Tompa) wrote a small script that allows you to rename images from within InDesign. You might wonder why you’d want to use a script like this? Well, I actually found myself using it this morning as part of an EPUB production process. I’d received client-supplied print artwork in InDesign, and the Links used in the...read more → Cari Jansen - Training, Print & Electronic Publishing Consultancy, Technical Writing/Editing, Public Speaking [post_date_gmt] => 2011-11-10 14:17:12 [post_date] => 2011-11-10 09:17:12 [post_modified_gmt] => 2011-11-10 14:17:12 [post_modified] => 2011-11-10 09:17:12 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://carijansen.com/?p=2483 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => http://gurusunleashed.com/ 0 ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509544/tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509544/tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509544/tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign.php [syndication_item_hash] => Array ( [0] => 9b23da3c314cc2a2ad9275a5bfe65241 [1] => ca28048422605b7427168890a5b64966 [2] => 75dc670fc963d2b5cc281e64c3f9992c [3] => c8361172c159cc5081098d8c2a692c06 [4] => 6910775f98aeebbf610d4b8aa27ce3b2 [5] => 97975c83296aa655c8f6ce1acc28bcb4 [6] => 8f749d515fe8337faca50d28597e0588 [7] => 3e9f499c968b0a4ba37747226e6514ba ) ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 468 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) [post_name] => tomaxxis-script-renaming-images-from-within-indesign )

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Figures in InDesign CS5.5 and Accessibility

Array ( [post_title] => Figures in InDesign CS5.5 and Accessibility [post_content] => After reading David’s blog-post on InDesign Secrets, titled “Building an Org Chart or Flowchart in InDesign“.  I thought… “How does building illustrations in InDesign impact the development of Accessible PDF with InDesign CS5.5?” InDesign CS5.5 introduced significant new features for EPUB/HTML and PDF export. Building Accessible PDFs is now much, MUCH easier… It’s not yet perfect and we’ll still need...read more → Cari Jansen - Training, Print & Electronic Publishing Consultancy, Technical Writing/Editing, Public Speaking [post_date_gmt] => 2011-10-24 23:41:04 [post_date] => 2011-10-24 18:41:04 [post_modified_gmt] => 2011-10-24 23:41:04 [post_modified] => 2011-10-24 18:41:04 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://carijansen.com/?p=2457 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => http://gurusunleashed.com/ 0 ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509546/figures-in-indesign-cs5-5-and-accessibility.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509546/figures-in-indesign-cs5-5-and-accessibility.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509546/figures-in-indesign-cs5-5-and-accessibility.php [syndication_item_hash] => Array ( [0] => b9e421d0b2db838a6eb64bd44b1547c9 [1] => 33cf6a94d4b40f0e13049568516a3d21 [2] => 4333cb2fbfe2a17056f7caffe02db6b8 [3] => 0424232fcd303541ad0a404241da53f2 [4] => 87757cdbb16862f0f667804aeae32a31 [5] => 4dee633ef6990cbb8fe463651a90be66 ) ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 468 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) [post_name] => figures-in-indesign-cs5-5-and-accessibility )

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InDesign Character Styles & EPUB

Array ( [post_title] => InDesign Character Styles & EPUB [post_content] => I’ve been head deep into EPUB… and wanted to share another finding with InDesign CS5.5. A short post only, because I’m in the middle of work InDesign CS5.5 now recognises character styles that are applied through nested styles and GREP styles during EPUB export.  That’s very cool!  It adds a span tag with class references to the style names by...read more → Cari Jansen - Training, Print & Electronic Publishing Consultancy, Technical Writing/Editing, Public Speaking [post_date_gmt] => 2011-05-11 12:45:45 [post_date] => 2011-05-11 07:45:45 [post_modified_gmt] => 2011-05-11 12:45:45 [post_modified] => 2011-05-11 07:45:45 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://carijansen.com/?p=2360 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => http://gurusunleashed.com/ 0 ) [syndication_source] => Gurus Unleashed » Search Results » epub [syndication_source_uri] => http://gurusunleashed.com [syndication_source_id] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [rss:comments] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509554/indesign-character-styles-epub.php#comments [wfw:commentRSS] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509554/indesign-character-styles-epub.php/feed [syndication_feed] => http://gurusunleashed.com/feed/?s=epub [syndication_feed_id] => 486 [syndication_permalink] => http://gurusunleashed.com/509554/indesign-character-styles-epub.php [syndication_item_hash] => Array ( [0] => dc8082c2d22f7cf5a960f80c2f357547 [1] => 92dc08de9117f26599a7e9415c588f39 [2] => da37e277913681d28f86376bebc4b9db [3] => 226a2db7b5682c60adff7215d210a095 [4] => 5d86fb5965b5d06c31d76d936cbe7f64 [5] => 8d329e2b9d71882391713bb5ad499260 ) ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 468 [tax_input] => Array ( [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 6311 ) [category] => Array ( [0] => 5000 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) [post_name] => indesign-character-styles-epub )

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Quark VS InDesign on ePublishing, Report Says Quark Wins

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Apple Guilty of Price Fixing and Other News You Need to Know

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Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening in the digital world.

Today, we're looking at three particularly interesting stories. A U.S. judge ruled that Apple conspired with publishers to fix e-book prices in competition with Amazon in the digital book marketYahoo wants to declassify Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court proceedings to show the public it fought against the NSA’s data collection procedures. And Instagram enabled photo and video embeds.

Check out the video above for more on these stories.

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Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening in the digital world.

Today, we're looking at three particularly interesting stories. A U.S. judge ruled that Apple conspired with publishers to fix e-book prices in competition with Amazon in the digital book marketYahoo wants to declassify Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court proceedings to show the public it fought against the NSA’s data collection procedures. And Instagram enabled photo and video embeds.

Check out the video above for more on these stories.

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The Young Still Read Books in Print (For Now)

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A new study from the Pew Research Center on young Americans’ library habits defies the conventional narrative of today’s youth as a generation who have abandoned print. Despite being heavy Internet users, the press release states that “Americans under age 30 are strong supporters of traditional library services,” including in-person assistance and — yes — books.

Pew found that Americans between the ages of 16 and 29 (like me) were actually more likely to have read a book in print in the past year than their 30-and-up counterparts; the breakdown was 75% to 64%, respectively. (Americans in this younger age ...

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A new study from the Pew Research Center on young Americans’ library habits defies the conventional narrative of today’s youth as a generation who have abandoned print. Despite being heavy Internet users, the press release states that “Americans under age 30 are strong supporters of traditional library services,” including in-person assistance and — yes — books.

Pew found that Americans between the ages of 16 and 29 (like me) were actually more likely to have read a book in print in the past year than their 30-and-up counterparts; the breakdown was 75% to 64%, respectively. (Americans in this younger age ...

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Can E-Books and Libraries Coexist?

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Print — literature, journalism, you name it — has experienced an extended obituary over the last decade, alongside the rise of digital media.

But a recent Pew study found that even as sales of e-readers like Nook and Kindle grow swiftly, young people still frequent libraries more than you might think, and print books remain popular. Even the most plugged-in lit fans are not ready to abandon print as a dead medium. In fact, e-book readers consume more books annually, no matter the format.

SEE ALSO: The 5 Best-Selling Kindle Books of All Time

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Print — literature, journalism, you name it — has experienced an extended obituary over the last decade, alongside the rise of digital media.

But a recent Pew study found that even as sales of e-readers like Nook and Kindle grow swiftly, young people still frequent libraries more than you might think, and print books remain popular. Even the most plugged-in lit fans are not ready to abandon print as a dead medium. In fact, e-book readers consume more books annually, no matter the format.

SEE ALSO: The 5 Best-Selling Kindle Books of All Time

To learn more, including who reads ...

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13 Popular E-Books That Cost Under $3

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"Cheap" and "good" are sometimes incompatible terms — especially when it comes to the bargain-priced e-book shops for NOOK and Kindle.

The average prices for Kindle and NOOK e-books are $6.48 and $8.94, respectively, but there's no need to shell out the full cost.

SEE ALSO: Mashable Debuts First E-Book: Politics Transformed

Instead of sorting through the misplaced free and low-priced books on your own, we've compiled some of the best low-cost options to download on your e-reader.

Whether you're into vampires, historical fiction or memoirs, the gallery above features a range of reads that won't empty your ...

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"Cheap" and "good" are sometimes incompatible terms — especially when it comes to the bargain-priced e-book shops for NOOK and Kindle.

The average prices for Kindle and NOOK e-books are $6.48 and $8.94, respectively, but there's no need to shell out the full cost.

SEE ALSO: Mashable Debuts First E-Book: Politics Transformed

Instead of sorting through the misplaced free and low-priced books on your own, we've compiled some of the best low-cost options to download on your e-reader.

Whether you're into vampires, historical fiction or memoirs, the gallery above features a range of reads that won't empty your ...

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'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' E-Book Series Goes on Pre-Order for Kindle

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The popular children's book series, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" is coming to Kindle for the first time at the end of October.

The series by Jeff Kinney is the best-selling children's series this year. Starting on Monday, you can order the first six books in the series from the Kindle Store. The books will be delivered on Oct. 30, and are also available for regular purchase on that date

“It was important to Jeff and to Abrams (the publisher) that our Wimpy Kid e-books offer the same visual experience as the print books,” Michael Jacobs, president and CEO of ...

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The popular children's book series, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" is coming to Kindle for the first time at the end of October.

The series by Jeff Kinney is the best-selling children's series this year. Starting on Monday, you can order the first six books in the series from the Kindle Store. The books will be delivered on Oct. 30, and are also available for regular purchase on that date

“It was important to Jeff and to Abrams (the publisher) that our Wimpy Kid e-books offer the same visual experience as the print books,” Michael Jacobs, president and CEO of ...

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Amazon to Rebate Overcharges for Kindle E-Books

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Amazon Kindle customers are now entitled to credit for some of their past e-book purchases, as a result of settlements between major publishers and a coalition of Attorneys General, the ecommerce retailer said Saturday.

Hachette, HarperCollins, and Simon and Schuster have settled an antitrust lawsuit on e-book prices that was brought by state and territorial Attorneys General, Amazon explained in an email to Kindle customers.

"Under the proposed settlements, the publishers will provide funds for a credit that will be applied directly to your Amazon.com account," it said. "If the Court approves the settlements, the account credit will appear ...

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Amazon Kindle customers are now entitled to credit for some of their past e-book purchases, as a result of settlements between major publishers and a coalition of Attorneys General, the ecommerce retailer said Saturday.

Hachette, HarperCollins, and Simon and Schuster have settled an antitrust lawsuit on e-book prices that was brought by state and territorial Attorneys General, Amazon explained in an email to Kindle customers.

"Under the proposed settlements, the publishers will provide funds for a credit that will be applied directly to your Amazon.com account," it said. "If the Court approves the settlements, the account credit will appear ...

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StoryBundle Brings Indie Authors to Readers

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Self-publishing has become a popular method for authors to get their work to the public, though it can still be difficult to publicize and distribute your work. Developing a readership is easier for authors than it was a decade ago if they've gained a following via social media and personal blog; those without a following may still struggleStoryBundle helps independent authors by connecting them with potential readers

StoryBundle works by grouping together e-books of similar content and genre and selling them together. The bundles are pre-picked and change regularly. If there is a specific author or book of interest, ...

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Self-publishing has become a popular method for authors to get their work to the public, though it can still be difficult to publicize and distribute your work. Developing a readership is easier for authors than it was a decade ago if they've gained a following via social media and personal blog; those without a following may still struggleStoryBundle helps independent authors by connecting them with potential readers

StoryBundle works by grouping together e-books of similar content and genre and selling them together. The bundles are pre-picked and change regularly. If there is a specific author or book of interest, ...

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91% of Teachers Have Computer Access [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Remember when film projectors and PowerPoint presentations were considered cutting-edge in the classroom? As modern technology advances, so does innovation in schools across all levels.

In fact, about 91% of teachers in the U.S. have access to computers in the classrooms, according to data highlighted in a new infographic by Australian-based online course company Open Colleges. Mobile technology is also finding its place in education. About 81% of teachers believe tablets enrich classroom learning, and one in five students have used a mobile app to keep coursework organized.

Meanwhile, six in 10 students have used a digital textbook, ...

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Remember when film projectors and PowerPoint presentations were considered cutting-edge in the classroom? As modern technology advances, so does innovation in schools across all levels.

In fact, about 91% of teachers in the U.S. have access to computers in the classrooms, according to data highlighted in a new infographic by Australian-based online course company Open Colleges. Mobile technology is also finding its place in education. About 81% of teachers believe tablets enrich classroom learning, and one in five students have used a mobile app to keep coursework organized.

Meanwhile, six in 10 students have used a digital textbook, ...

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62% of Library Users Don't Know They Can Check Out E-Books [STUDY]

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As reading habits shift from printed to digital ink, public libraries are struggling to raise awareness of their digital offerings.

The introduction of tablets and dedicated e-book readers has changed the way we read. Now, you’re just as likely to find fellow commuters or waiting-room dwellers reading an e-book as a physical one

While our libraries are busy trying to keep up with the rise of e-books, it turns out their patrons don’t know there are e-books available for lending.

Some 62% of respondents to the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project's latest library survey said they didn’t ...

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As reading habits shift from printed to digital ink, public libraries are struggling to raise awareness of their digital offerings.

The introduction of tablets and dedicated e-book readers has changed the way we read. Now, you’re just as likely to find fellow commuters or waiting-room dwellers reading an e-book as a physical one

While our libraries are busy trying to keep up with the rise of e-books, it turns out their patrons don’t know there are e-books available for lending.

Some 62% of respondents to the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project's latest library survey said they didn’t ...

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CD-ROM Faves 'Arthur' and 'Little Monsters' Arrive on the iPad

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The iPad may be the shiny new toy, but the issue of kids tossing aside old forms of media has been around for some time.

Before mobile devices, the home computer represented the conflict between traditional and interactive media. And while parents then were worried books might get lost, Living Books came along in 1992 and brought them to life on CD-ROM, making them appealing and truly interactive

One or two pages of "Little Monster at School" was all it took to teach a young child how to master a mouse. Mouse clicks brought silly animations, and the words on ...

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The iPad may be the shiny new toy, but the issue of kids tossing aside old forms of media has been around for some time.

Before mobile devices, the home computer represented the conflict between traditional and interactive media. And while parents then were worried books might get lost, Living Books came along in 1992 and brought them to life on CD-ROM, making them appealing and truly interactive

One or two pages of "Little Monster at School" was all it took to teach a young child how to master a mouse. Mouse clicks brought silly animations, and the words on ...

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5 Things to Consider Before Self-Publishing Your Book

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So, you're finally dusting off that 300-page manuscript and getting into the self-publishing game. It can be an exciting and rewarding venture, but before you get started, it's a good idea to learn as much as you can about what's available to you, the obstacles you may face and the tasks you'll have to complete.

Print-on-demand publishing is a fast, easy and often profitable way to get your written words to see the light of day. When shopping with online retailers like Amazon, consumers won't be able to tell whether the book was self-published or printed by a third-party ...

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So, you're finally dusting off that 300-page manuscript and getting into the self-publishing game. It can be an exciting and rewarding venture, but before you get started, it's a good idea to learn as much as you can about what's available to you, the obstacles you may face and the tasks you'll have to complete.

Print-on-demand publishing is a fast, easy and often profitable way to get your written words to see the light of day. When shopping with online retailers like Amazon, consumers won't be able to tell whether the book was self-published or printed by a third-party ...

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Amazon Plans to Lower Ebook Prices, But Does It Need To?

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In the wake of the Department of Justice lawsuit against Apple and book publishers over ebook pricing, Amazon is in a renewed position of strength. Emboldened by Wednesday's news, the online retailer has already made plans to lower ebook prices.

In an emailed statement, Amazon said "[The settlement] is a big win for Kindle owners. We look forward to being allowed to lower prices on more Kindle books."

Amazon used to sell most ebooks — including major titles and best-sellers — for $9.99. However, after five major publishers made an agreement with Apple on ebook pricing that specified ...

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In the wake of the Department of Justice lawsuit against Apple and book publishers over ebook pricing, Amazon is in a renewed position of strength. Emboldened by Wednesday's news, the online retailer has already made plans to lower ebook prices.

In an emailed statement, Amazon said "[The settlement] is a big win for Kindle owners. We look forward to being allowed to lower prices on more Kindle books."

Amazon used to sell most ebooks — including major titles and best-sellers — for $9.99. However, after five major publishers made an agreement with Apple on ebook pricing that specified ...

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