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I’ve just read the introduction to Howard Rheingold’s Smart Mobs, and I was amazed by how spot-on his analysis is. The book was published in 2003, but it describes our world so clearly that it could have been published yesterday.
Rheingold writes about his observation of the growth of “texting” as a new means of communication; [...]
In starting research for my thesis on the changing digital face of the news media, I decided to start somewhere classic- a book of essays on journalism published by The Poynter Institute in 2002, The Values and Craft of American Journalism. The first piece of the book is Adam’s “Notes Towards a Definition of Journalism,” [...]