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JEFF JARVIS is former TV critic for TV Guide and People, creator of Entertainment Weekly, Sunday editor and associate publisher of the NY Daily News, and a columnist on the San Francisco Examiner. He was until recently president & creative director of Advance.net, the online arm of Advance Publications. Now he is working as editor of a new news startup, still in stealth. He is working with The New York Times Company at About.com on content development and strategy and consulting for Advance and Fairchild. In September 2006, he will become associate professor and director of the ... More » (Source: BuzzMachine)

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Media: Blog
Audience: (English)
Political Viewpoint: Center
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Edited By: Rod Amis
Last Edit: Jul 11, 2006 - 1:55 PM PDT
Story Stats
Top Topics: Media (14), Business (12), Sci/Tech (9), Journalism (7), New Media (7), Internet (6), Social Networks (5), Privacy (4), Technology (4), Living (3), Citizen Journalism (3), U.S. (2), World (2), Twitter (2), Computers (1)...
Top Authors: Jeff Jarvis (15), Khan (1)
Top Formats: Opinion (14), Comment (2), Interview (1)
 

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  • News articles as assets and paths

    (Blog Post) This is the start of a new project I’m working on to brainstorm new forms, relationships, and (business) models for news. Responding to a current discussion on Twitter among ...
    Posted by Fabrice Florin
    3.9
  • The importance of JOBS Queued

    The JOBS bill being signed by President Obama today is critical to the emergence and growth of the next generation of industries as ecosystems. Those ecosystems are made up of ...
  • The article as luxury or byproduct

    A few episodes in news make me think of the article not as the goal of journalism but as a value-added luxury or as a byproduct of the process. * See the amazing Brian ...
    Posted by Fabrice Florin
    3.9
  • News is a subset of the conversation «

    Here’s a tale that reveals how journalists tend to think of their role in the conversation that makes up news and society. I think the conversation is happening all around ...
    Posted by Fabrice Florin
    3.7
  • Cookie Madness!

    (Blog Post) I just don’t understand Julia Angwin’s scare story about cookies and ad targeting in the Wall Street Journal. That is, I don’t understand how the Journal could be so ...
    Posted by Joey Baker
    4.0
  • Confusing *a* public with *the* public ?

    I think Facebook’s problem lately with its disliked like button (and Google’s problem with the start of Buzz) is that they confuse the notion of the public sphere—that ...
    Posted by Subramanya Sastry
    3.7
  • Bizarro identity

    (Blog Post) I’m still trying to get my head around Facebook’s moves to become the king of identity online. Hell, if Leo Laporte couldn’t quite figure it out on yesterday’s taping ...
    Posted by Doug Greer
    4.0
  • News(paper) in the cloud ?

    (Blog Post) I think it’s possible today to run a news organization — up to the point of publishing — from the cloud, changing not only the production process of news but also its ...
    Posted by Doug Greer
  • Italy endangers the Web

    (Blog Post) Dangerous precedent: A judge in Milan has convicted 3 Google execs for privacy violations, holding them responsible for a user-uploaded video on YouTube. Google's response: ...
    Posted by Doug Greer
    5.0
  • Cheap Laptops

    Online PC shop offering laptops, desktop computers, netbooks, software, video games and mobile phones.
    Posted by Nadia Khan
 
 
 
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