Daniel Bachhuber said: Including a panelist discussion with Alexis Madrigal, Laura Brunow Miner, Sarah Rich and Robin Sloan.
Brian Manzullo said: Paul Bradshaw says, "through simply being responsive to comments and acknowledging a mistake, that newspaper benefited from extra pageviews, extra time spent on the site, extra registrations and extra comments – not to mention the intangible goodwill generated towards the paper."
Brian Manzullo said: Like a journo friend of mine said: If you trust them enough to hire them, trust them to give you the facts. Not WaPo's finest hour.
Brian Manzullo said: New York Times' Nick Kristof is one great example of a journalist taking advantage of community building on Facebook. 146,000 fans and counting.
Lauren Michell Rabaino said: College Media Matters interviews Daniel about website design and empowering student news.
5. Not all of the smart people are in newsrooms.
Andrew Spittle said: The skills of 20th century leaders are no longer relevant to the problems facing 21st century builders.
Let's face it. The very word "leader" feels like a relic of 20th century thinking. And it just might be that the case that instead of aspiring to be (or train) more "leaders," we should be seeking to reboot leadership.
Daniel Bachhuber said: Available for download and full of gems, once again.