David Carr, who writes the Media Equation column for The New York Times, says that despite cuts, the future of journalism has never looked brighter. "I look at my backpack that is sitting here and it contains more journalistic firepower than the entire newsroom that I walked into 30-40 years ago," he says.
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Presentation from SXSW 2011.
When the New York Times banned the word "Tweet" from it’s pages, it marked the first time a major publication had formally rejected a Internet-born branded verb. As new behaviors are created online, our culture struggles with ways to define them and often settles on flawed nomenclature. In this hour we will take a look at some of the most misleading words from the digital lexicon and try to pick a few to banish forever.
A conversation with the New York Times' top editor Bill Keller on his paper and the radically changing news business.
A product relatively unchanged for two centuries is being tweaked to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide.
A crew of six people in Moscow will be isolated for 105 days on a simulated flight to another world.
From the New York Times science section. http://www.nytimes.com/pages/science/