*Stellar Dendrite*
I think that technologies are morally neutral until we apply them. It’s only when we use them for good or for evil that they become good or evil.
 - William Gibson
Of alleyways and skyscrapers.

Of alleyways and skyscrapers.

Very visual blog post. Easy to make.

So true. More journalists learn to code. There are scoops to be had.

Really interesting look at language in America. Uses existing data. Able to produce strong product while standing on shoulders of others, and adding a new value layer. Bravo, Atlantic.

Third, as I suspected 6 years ago, successful digital journalism really is different — as different from print and broadcast journalism as print and broadcast are from each other. To build a successful digital journalism business, you have to build a native digital newsroom, native digital distribution, a native digital business model, and a native digital cost structure. And building those things isn’t as easy as it may seem.
(Think about the NYT suddenly trying to launch a cable news network, and you get the idea. The New York Times is amazing at print. And TV networks are amazing at TV. But digital is different, and you can’t just shove square print and broadcast pegs in round digital holes.)
Henry Blodget

Tweet headline was great. “Miniature pony robots are future of military”

"Design is the conscious effort to impose meaningful order." -Victor Papanek

"Design is the conscious effort to impose meaningful order." -Victor Papanek

Neat spot for a wedding.

Neat spot for a wedding.

Often text isn’t the best way to explain something or tell a story.