Maps, Books, Spimes, Paper: Post-Digital Media Design

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  1. The Ecosystem of News

    It is now conventional wisdom that the newspaper as we have come to know it for last century is over, or will be in a matter of years. The question is whether we’re going to spend our time grieving over the loss, or whether we’re going to use this moment as an opportunity to invent something even better. We’re inevitably moving from the "paper of record" model to a something more distributed, a news ecosystem, but that doesn’t mean we can’t consciously define the shape of that system. So let’s figure out what values we want to preserve from the older newspaper paradigm, and what values we want to improve upon — and then let’s go build it!

    Steven Johnson, outside.in

    —Huffduffed by tommorris

  2. The Ecosystem of News

    It is now conventional wisdom that the newspaper as we have come to know it for last century is over, or will be in a matter of years. The question is whether we’re going to spend our time grieving over the loss, or whether we’re going to use this moment as an opportunity to invent something even better. We’re inevitably moving from the "paper of record" model to a something more distributed, a news ecosystem, but that doesn’t mean we can’t consciously define the shape of that system. So let’s figure out what values we want to preserve from the older newspaper paradigm, and what values we want to improve upon — and then let’s go build it!

    Steven Johnson, outside.in

    —Huffduffed by kfeighery

  3. On The Media: Transcript of “Panoramic View” (April 16, 2010)

    Writer Dave Eggers’ publishing house, McSweeney’s, recently released a one-off newspaper called Panorama. The 328-page paper was meant as a celebration of the print form and a demonstration of why newspapers are still uniquely relevant in the digital era. Brooke interviewed Dave live onstage in Washington DC, and asked him about the future of print.

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan

  4. Chicago Fights To Remain 2 Newspaper Town As Labor Groups Buy ‘Sun-Times’ : NPR

    A group of investors headed by a former Chicago alderman, which included labor groups, closed a deal to purchase the struggling Chicago Sun-Times and keeping Chicago a two newspaper town. But some wonder if the paper will now skew further left editorially to counter the more conservative Chicago Tribune.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/07/21/538608466/chicago-fights-to-remain-2-newspaper-town-as-labor-groups-buy-sun-times

    —Huffduffed by abrin

  5. Seattle Columns - Savage Love - Dan Savage - The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper

    Seattle’s #1 Weekly Newspaper. Covering Seattle news, politics, music, film, and arts; plus movie times, club calendars, restaurant listings, forums, blogs, Questionland questions about Seattle, and Savage Love.

    http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/SavageLovePodcast/Page/

    —Huffduffed by damenleeturks

  6. Seattle Columns - Savage Love - Dan Savage - The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper

    Seattle's #1 Weekly Newspaper. Covering Seattle news, politics, music, film, and arts; plus movie times, club calendars, restaurant listings, forums, blogs, Questionland questions about Seattle, and Savage Love.

    http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/SavageLovePodcast/Page/

    —Huffduffed by MitchWagner

  7. Seattle Columns - Savage Love - Dan Savage - The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper

    Seattle's #1 Weekly Newspaper. Covering Seattle news, politics, music, film, and arts; plus movie times, club calendars, restaurant listings, forums, blogs, Questionland questions about Seattle, and Savage Love.

    http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/SavageLovePodcast/Page/

    —Huffduffed by MitchWagner

  8. Media Futures (1 of 4) - Newspapers | BBC World Service - The Documentary,

    With more news now available online does the internet spell doom for the daily newspaper?

    As more and more news is available online, the idea of buying a traditional newspaper is fast becoming a thing of the past. Or is it? Some parts of the world are still enjoying strong print circulation. And even places like the west where newspaper sales are plummeting, it has often proved difficult to make the digital alternative pay its way. In part one of this four-part series, Mark Coles asks what is the future for newspapers? And if they survive, how will they need to change?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0199y2s http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0199y26

    —Huffduffed by grankabeza