What's going away, from the pipeline model, isn't the importance of news, or the importance of dedicated professionals. What's going away is the linearity of the process, and the passivity of the audience.
Brian Manzullo said: How Best Buy is using the semantic web. I wonder how many other stores do this.
Brian Manzullo said: Great, simple things to consider when blogging. Sometimes, it's easy to lose perspective.
Brian Manzullo said: Mindy McAdams provides a look into HTML5, which will make coding easier for journalists (or at least should).
Brian Manzullo said: Spokeswoman Stacy Green says: "The pay model will be designed so readers that are referred from third party sites such as blogs will be able to access that content without hitting their limit, enabling NYTimes.com to continue being a part of the open web."
Brian Manzullo said: Lean-forward mediums engage people using the Web, while lean-back mediums put people in consumption mode. Just interesting to think about, as the author puts it.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Good introduction to the advantages of using Edit Flow.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Google has released a WordPress plugin that enables a user to mimic the Google Living Stories format based on content in their content management system.
Brian Manzullo said: This part sums it up: "Curation is about choosing the best of the best. Curation is about finding the signal in the noise." Apple's process of rejecting apps = NOT curation.