What and Who to Read on Libya →
Click the link for a GOOD collection of sources on Libya for those who just don’t know where to start.
How to get young people interested in global news? Emphasize journalism’s...– Google allows its employees to spend 1/5 of their work week researching whatever they want! “Few young Americans are adrenalized by words like “civic responsibility,” or “classic democratic theory,” but when the benefits of a life of news consumption are expressed as fuel for creative motion,...
Journalism Movie List
Columbia Journalism Review asked its readers to recommend journalism themed movies. Here’s their list! Thank you CJR. Something to do during these endlessly rainy NYC summer days. Absence of Malice Paul Newman and Sally Field, 1981. Reporter is protected by absence of malice doctrine in a slander/libel case. Ace in the Hole (aka The Big Carnival) Directed by Billy Wilder,...
What happens to your digital self when your analog... →
Google+ for Social Activists →
Where Children Sleep →
A friend sent me the link this morning from NY Times Lens Blog (photo/video/visual journalism). This is absolutely moving and creative: James Mollison’s new book, Where Children Sleep, are his stories of different children all around the world told through his photos of their bedrooms.