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Too much linear thinking in news
Ken Doctor asks if there is a business model for news lurking in the midst of Apple, Twitter, Facebook et al. As all such pieces that begin this way, he…
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22 hours ago
"I Thought It Couldn’t Get Worse": Reddit Moderators Are Fed Up
BuzzFeed Tech: “I Thought It Couldn’t Get Worse”: Reddit Moderators Are Fed Up http://t.co/XHqE26AggE via @cwarzel tip @Techmeme http://t.co/hGXht9lwkR
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22 hours ago
What Is Zero UI? (And Why Is It Crucial To The Future Of Design?)
For better or worse, a large amount of design work these days is visual. That makes sense, since the most essential products we interact with have screens. But…
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yesterday
Twitter Updates Audience Insights & Introduces Persona Targeting
Twitter today announced an update to its audience insights dashboard and introduced a streamlined way for advertisers to target demographic groups.
Launched in…
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yesterday
Newsonomics: On end games and end times
Platish or perish?
With those malaprop-sounding fighting words a year ago, digital entrepreneur Jonathan Glick neatly, if broadly, summed up a question of the…
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2 days ago
Why 'mobile first' may already be outdated - Inside Intercom
VP of Product @Intercom. Before that Facebook and Google. I like making things. Author of Grouped http://amzn.to/w99TK1
What matters is screens, not devices.…
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2 days ago
inessential: Love
At the Cyclops the other night I was talking with fellow Mac and iOS developers. One person mentioned that a friend had acquired an iOS game — a good game…
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3 days ago
Years Of Pretending Netflix Cord Cutting Wasn't Real Is Biting The Cable Industry On The Ass
from the monsters-don’t-go-away-when-you-ignore-them dept If you didn’t know, Netflix is kind of huge. So huge, in fact, that some new analysis suggests that if…
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4 days ago
A Responsive Web Design Podcast — An interview with The Atlantic
Jun 29, 2015
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It’s important to recognize that it’s all part of a larger strategy and you’re not taking away from desktop by building up a good…
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5 days ago
How Millennials Get News
Insights, tools and research to advance journalism
Published 03/16/15 12:01 am
This research was conducted by the Media Insight Project — an initiative of the…
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5 days ago
Time to start thinking of smartwatch mini-editions of your newspaper | Poynter.
Jim MacMillan: "Emphasize the element of surprise, as do The New York Times and The Guardian in their current smartwatch apps." http://t.co/n4HNteMBgd
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7 days ago
5 Reasons to do a UX Review before User Testing
GobySavvy UX Reviews: 5 Reasons to UX Review before User Testing http://t.co/cqqNKcaJqN #UXReview #heuristic #usability #userexperience #UX #UXdesign
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7 days ago
The Future Of Algorithmic Personalization
Rachel Nixon: 5 reasons personalization is broken - and what to do about it. @ilparone on human-centered algorithms http://t.co/DznXOifTqM via @techcrunch
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7 days ago
Apple Watch vs. Google Glass: The psychology of wearables
By Georgia
I love technology. It’s our bridge to the future.
To build that bridge, however, some technology will be embraced and fuel us for years, whereas some…
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8 days ago
Dow Jones CEO on Facebook and Apple's walled gardens
Will Lewis says publishers need to be wary of handing their content over to platforms.
After dipping their toes in the water with Facebook’s new “Instant…
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9 days ago
Why a mobile news startup couldn’t survive in a mobile news world
Numbers, Facts and Trends Shaping Your World
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By Jesse Holcomb
Circa is the latest casualty of a fragile digital news scene that is by no means…
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9 days ago
A/B Testing and other metrics | Solutions Journalism Network
Tina Rosenberg: Solutions journalism increases newsroom audience engagement. Proof: http://t.co/cGHiF5W1Pq #TheWholeStory http://t.co/UO9wbyxkO6
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9 days ago
New Revenue for News: 52 Ideas to Support Local Journalism — The Local News Lab — Medium
New Revenue for News52 Business Ideas to Support Local JournalismPhoto by Thomas Hawk, used via creative commonsThis morning I spoke to 20 journalists who are…
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9 days ago
An Analytics-First Approach to UX, Part 2
Sophia used analytics to help identify what to usability test for her client. So far though, Sophia has only identified individual pages and sections of the…
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14 days ago
Why newsrooms need to embrace ‘experiences’ as their differentiator
The cliche “content is king” is trotted out plenty. That mindset is a virus in newsrooms, according to Raju Narisetti, svp of strategy at News Corp, a former…
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14 days ago
Wicked Ambiguity and User Experience
Following are the video, slides, description, and transcript for my keynote talk, Wicked Ambiguity. See the acknowledgments for more information about my…
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15 days ago
Help! Is There a Cardiothoracic Surgeon in the Room?
By Jared M. Spool
Originally published: Jun 17, 2015
This article was originally published at ixda.org.
In an emergency, you fetch a doctor.
Interestingly,…
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15 days ago
What Consumers Think About Personalization [Infographic]
Last post referenced the Accenture Personalization Survey (March 2015). Today’s post is the infographical companion to this study. Click to enlarge infographic…
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15 days ago
Inside iOS 9 Search: Apple’s Plan for More Connected Apps
At WWDC 2015, Apple announced app search, a new feature of iOS 9 that will help users find content inside apps. Beyond the user-facing aspects of a new search…
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15 days ago
Wendy's Enlists YouTube Stars Rhett & Link to Put a Twist on Livestreaming
Wendy’s tests live YouTube video to push summertime drinks.
Thanks largely to Meerkat and Periscope, livestreaming has been a red-hot tactic for social media…
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15 days ago
Notifications are annoying. Is there a good way to make them better?
If you’re an Apple Watch owner, one of the first things you probably had to do was fiddle with the notification settings on the device to avoid your wrist…
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15 days ago
Google’s War Against Apps
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By Amir Efrati
Google’s battle to erode the importance of apps is intensifying.
The search giant last fall secretly acquired an “app streaming”…
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16 days ago
Understanding your audience … then growing it, part 2/2 - Online News Association
Online News Assn.: How small newsrooms can do quick, effective audience research http://t.co/igrVTDW0X4 By MJ Bear Fellow @anikaanand00
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16 days ago
Reuters Digital News Report: Why Research Matters |
Four years ago, I watched Nic Newman present his latest research at a BBC social media conference I’d helped organise. (You can watch his session on YouTube…
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17 days ago
5 dangerous UX myths debunked
User experience is nothing new. We can attribute the recent resurgence most obviously to mobile and tablets (and even wearables), as these have forced us to…
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17 days ago
How To Create UX Personas -
A persona is a representation of a type of customer. Personas answer the question, “Who are we designing for?” and they help to align strategy and goals to…
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17 days ago
This is the Product Death Cycle. Why it happens, and how to break out of it
The hardest part of any new product launch is the beginning, when it’s not quite working, and you’re iterating and molding the experience to fix it. It may be…
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17 days ago
As Media Consumption Becomes Liquid Across Platforms, Brands Better Learn How to Surf
Today’s consumers are “liquid,” meaning they are no longer grounded in one spot, medium or homepage. Miguel Montaner
Today’s consumer is crossing screens,…
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18 days ago
I Do Not Agree To Your Terms
Apple introduced their News app at WWDC, and the other day they sent me an e-mail saying they want to include this blog in News.
The e-mail begins:
Dear…
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18 days ago
For Wearable Technology UX Gain Has to Outweigh UX Cost
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With all the debate over whether the latest generation of smartwatches will succeed or fail, I’m reminded of a funny memo about predictions…
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18 days ago
The Demolition of Workers’ Compensation
Dennis Whedbee’s crew was rushing to prepare an oil well for pumping on the Sweet Grass Woman lease site, a speck of dusty plains rich with crude in Mandaree,…
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18 days ago
Reuters Institute Digital News Report
Overview This year’s report reveals new insights about digital news consumption based on a YouGov survey of over 20,000 online news consumers in the US, UK,…
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18 days ago
What the 2015 Digital News Report Says About The USA’s News Landscape |
The 2015 Digital News Report gives readers a comprehensive and dependable picture of the news ecosystem in the USA; what’s happening now, the trends, and…
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18 days ago
What the Media Industry Can Teach Us About Digital Business Models
It has been a great 20 years for U.S. media innovators, with hundreds of billions of dollars created by companies that are helping democratize content…
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19 days ago
The Guardian to set up innovation lab for mobile news
The Guardian is to set up a team to focus on developing innovative approaches to deliver mobile news, after receiving a grant of almost $3m from a US foundation…
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19 days ago
The newspaper industry and the forgotten 50 percent | RJI
Raju Narisetti: The newspaper industry and its forgotten 50% of customers: http://t.co/HrRvVmsaL4 by @tracyboyerclark via @rjionline http://t.co/Z8FN9OWCdb
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19 days ago
Why Startups Love Moleskines - The New Yorker
Last summer in Toronto, I found myself at a Demo Day, one of those tech-industry events where eager representatives of a dozen startups bound onto a stage and…
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20 days ago
Conflict Over Sociologist's Narrative Puts Spotlight on Ethnography
June 12, 2015
By Marc Parry
Late last month, what began as a book review in an obscure publication blew up into a major controversy that tarnished sociology’s…
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20 days ago
One in Four Mobile Apps Are Abandoned After a Single Use
Ina Fried
While smartphone owners continue to download mobile apps at healthy rates, they are increasingly likely to drop them — often after a single…
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20 days ago
For developers, WWDC means more work but no extra profit
Graham Bower (7:00 am PDT, Jun 13th)
There are winners and losers at the epicenter of change.Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac
The Worldwide Developers Conference…
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20 days ago
Early Numbers Suggest Facebook Instant Articles Giving Participating Publishers An Edge
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It’s been almost a month since Facebook debuted its new “Instant Articles,” and while it’s too soon to tell if the initiative is increasing reach for…
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21 days ago
The Trouble With Screenshorts
Back in January, in a baptismal post, BuzzFeed’s Silicon Valley Bureau Chief Mat Honan christened the next trend to take over the social web: the “screenshort.”…
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21 days ago
Quick thoughts on Apple’s announcements at WWDC 2015
I watched the keynote (you can too — it was crazy long and everybody’s performance faded at the end). Nilay, Casey, and Dieter at The Verge did a terrific job…
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21 days ago
Apple's Support of Ad Blocking May Upend How the Web Works | WIRED
Robert McMillan: Interesting that Apple is supporting web ad blocking while letting mobile apps degrade into a pop-up ghetto. http://t.co/QR3F6Zwsht
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22 days ago
What is code? If you don't know, you need to read this:
Katie Drummond: So @ftrain wrote an amazing thing and our web team turned it into something so amazingly weird/great I can't even: http://t.co/bg8Kf0fG2g
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23 days ago
<em>Journal</em> to roll out paid mobile app
By Joe Pompeo 5:19 a.m. | Jun. 10, 2015 follow this reporter
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Follow: twitter feed The Wall Street Journal is set to roll out its first mobile-only…
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24 days ago
Apple and the Innovator's Dilemma - Stratechery by Ben Thompson
This paper was originally written in 2010 for a Corporate Innovation class at Kellogg; please forgive any formatting errors carried over in the conversion from…
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24 days ago
Apple’s News app might help Apple. It probably won’t help the news.
Joel Abrams: Apple’s News app might help Apple. It probably won’t help the news. http://t.co/DhNZBPwux9
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25 days ago
Stop With the Millennial Niche News Sites Already | WIRED
Chris Altchek thinks he knows what you want—that is, if you’re a millennial. In fact, he says he knows it.
Altchek, the CEO of millennial news site Mic, has set…
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25 days ago
For news organizations, this was the most important set of Apple announcements in years
There wasn’t a lot of buildup beforehand, but today’s Apple keynote turned out to be the most important for publishers in years. (To be clear, there have been…
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25 days ago
How technology has impacted Hearst and The Washington Post
Media companies are aware that they need to transform their organizations, but it often takes an outsider to accelerate the tempo.
At the session entitled…
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26 days ago
Apple To Launch New Flipboard-Like App, While Newsstand Goes Away
Nieman Lab: Apple is going to ditch its standalone Newsstand app and launch a free Flipboard-like product http://t.co/kOy87kGcwD
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26 days ago
The future of iOS: apps you can enjoy without ever opening them
Alexis C. Madrigal: This is really, really smart from @zseward on what's happening to apps: http://t.co/E8UFeAg7KD http://t.co/m8EZ3DJ3DO
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26 days ago
Product Fail
Posted by marty cagan on June 5, 2015
NOTE: This article is a narrative version of a talk I’ve given for developers at the Craft Conference and for product…
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27 days ago
Image Sentiment
Imagenie Home | Download Smart text over image Imagenie processes an image’s sentiment and delivers you back a whole load of goodness! Using this analysis, you…
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27 days ago
Does BuzzFeed Have a Trust Problem?
Results from a Pew Center survey show just 4% of millennials trust the site to give them news about politics, which is something it very much wants to…
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29 days ago
Newsonomics: La Presse’s bet on tablets and its crossover calculus
Mathew Ingram: Canadian media are largely betting on tablet editions to save them, and La Presse is why: http://t.co/JKOFBmpLgC
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29 days ago
How the Washington Post’s Clavis tool helps make news personal | Knight Lab | Northwestern University
NU Knight Lab: How @washingtonpost used data, natural language processing, and cunning to make people read more news: http://t.co/IpMnzaKOYz
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29 days ago
Tracking impact: NewsLynx goes beyond Google Analytics to measure a story’s path in the real world
Nieman Lab: .@newslynx, developed at Columbia, wants to help news orgs measure real-life impact, beyond just pageviews http://t.co/O9vlsJAYQd
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29 days ago
A Complete Taxonomy of Internet Chum
This is a bucket of chum. Chum is decomposing fish matter that elicits a purely neurological brain stem response in its target consumer: larger fish, like…
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29 days ago
Startups lessons from Netflix
Adrian Cockcroft, who spent a long time building up Netflix’s cloud infrastructure and spearheaded the development of many new cloud-related technologies and…
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29 days ago
Over half of Mirror and Indy UK audience is mobile-only
Journalism.co.uk: NRS: Over half of Mirror and Indy total UK audience is mobile-only http://t.co/z17CqyIqon http://t.co/83zKIfLIRc
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4 weeks ago
Hotels.com Created a Facebook Autoplay Ad That's Infinitely Better Without Sound
For brands and content creators, Facebook’s autoplay videos have become a mystical chalice bearing bountiful views—as long as you don’t mind your clips airing…
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4 weeks ago
Tribune signs dozens of newspapers for national 'publisher consortium' | Capital New York
By Joe Pompeo 5:25 a.m. | Jun. 3, 2015 follow this reporter
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Follow: twitter feed Tribune Publishing is introducing an initiative to sell advertising…
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4 weeks ago
The Traffic Prediction Accuracy of 12 Metrics from Compete, Alexa, SimilarWeb, & More
Date / jun 2, 2015/ Category / Data
Services that claim to predict the traffic websites receive have been around for 15+ years, but I’ve long been skeptical of…
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4 weeks ago
Media Scholarship and Digital Time – Culture Digitally
The recent Culture Digitally essay by Jeff Pooley on iterative article editions as a solution to the problem of digital speed has attracted a lot of attention,…
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4 weeks ago
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