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How Checkers Was Solved - The Atlantic
"From 1950 to 1990, Tinsley had been the world champion of checkers whenever he wanted to be. He’d occasionally retire to work on mathematics or devote himself to religious study, but he’d eventually return, beat everyone and become champion again. In that 40-year span, he lost five total games and never once dropped a match." Brilliant article from Alexis Madrigal on the race to solve draughts/checkers, one man and his computer, and another man and his faith.
ai  games  religion  checkers  draughts  machinelearning  journalism  alexismadrigal 
july 2017 by infovore
Emily Bell's 2015 Hugh Cudlipp lecture – full text | Media | The Guardian
"I think for a while journalism thought it couldn’t afford the difficult bits, the investigations, the new technology skills, the legal teams, the time for the more complicated problems. We could only secure our survival with automatically generated dancing hamsters and robot-written press releases.

Now when we look at the mighty new networks of our age, I hope we all realise, Us and Them, that these are the very things we can’t afford not to do."
emilybell  cudlipplecture  journalism  technology  ltc 
january 2015 by infovore
Twitch-based: Exploring the Salty Bet phenomenon • Articles •
Yet another entry in the weird, wonderful world of "why I like fighting games and their community". The vast amount of jargon that the streams lead to is weird, hilarious, and entirely befuddling for an outsider. McCormick's article is nice because it captures the excitement of the weird end of the community, and explains it to an outsider well.
mugen  saltybet  twitch  fgc  fightinggames  games  writing  journalism  jargon 
september 2013 by infovore
daniel sinker • Hacker-Journalism 2011: A year of "show your work"
An Impressive list of notable examples of programmatic journalism from Dan Sinker; something I must return to.
data  programming  journalism  code  software 
december 2011 by infovore
Browser as a weapon in a guerilla war – Techbelly
"It’s a bit like augmented reality, a layer inserted between what leaves the server and what hits your brain." Yes. Also: see Ben's comment about the browser as weapon.
browser  chrome  journalism  data  augmentedreality 
august 2011 by infovore
How to run a magazine using virtual money (Wired UK)
"EON has a full-time staff of six, headed up by editor Zapatero (known to his grandma as Richie Shoemaker), who told that around two-thirds of the content of the magazine is written by EVE players, who are paid in in-game currency for their work. It acquires the reserves of in-game cash to pay its writers by selling ads to in-game organisations, like banks or insurance companies, which pay their ad bills in the game's currency too. The setup means that gamers who play EVE have more ways to make in-game cash than just mining or trading in the game universe. They can also be a journalist, reporting on galactic events." This is completely brilliant/nuts. Also: I love the idea that people want to collect the historiography of the universe.
games  eveonline  mmo  journalism  publishing 
march 2011 by infovore
Verbatim and the facts « rotational
"Trust is the key to breaking [this cycle]. And I think Talese’s method shows us how we might gain it: by checking with our subjects and making sure we understand what they’re trying to express, beyond what they actually say. Because if our subjects are interesting enough to report on, they’re deserving of respect. And if we respect them, they will respect us. That’s a much more virtuous circle." I think Alex is right, you know.
games  journalism  trust  respect  writing  quotation 
january 2011 by infovore
ESPN - OTL: The Franchise - E-ticket
Madden isn't very big over here at all; it's hard to underestimate its cultural standing in the US. This article goes a long way to both explaining that and looking at the history of a juggernaut franchise that once started out very small. I really liked it as a piece of journalism.
writing  journalism  games  football  madden  ea  electronicarts 
august 2010 by infovore
The Best of Journalism (2009) - Conor Friedersdorf - Metablog - True/Slant
Strictly speaking, "The Best of *American* Journalism", but there's lots on here I'd like to read sometime.
writing  america  journalism  list  bestof 
february 2010 by infovore
The Story: Notes on a conference in disguise |
"Magick is all about naming and control. So is journalism, and software engineering—related disciplines." yes yes yes a thousand times yes (the most wonderful sentence in James' write-up of a non-conference I didn't attend).
naming  journalism  magic  control  software  thestory  jamesbridle 
february 2010 by infovore
intercourse with biscuits - the anti-coren market
"Unless your surname's Coren you're going to need some help getting into the journalism industry." Great advertising from the Press Gazette
nepotism  journalism  pressgazette  advertising 
january 2010 by infovore
E-Books – The Bigger Problem, Part Two of Three. | Dangerous Precedent
"With every piece of metadata that you don’t throw away, you gain a factor more potential ways of slicing through your content and delivering it as a separate product, simply as a result of a database lookup. In the case of Vogue today, say, commissioning an editorial product that simply shows every dress designed by Christian Dior that appears in the archive would involve weeks of intern-work, instantly making it unprofitable or too late. A metadata-complete archive in the future would give you that with a single line of code." Hammersley on the value to journalism of sensible datastorage. Data-driven journalism in the sense that it is not *about* data, but in that it is *treated as data* - and from this more stories can flow.
publishing  journalism  benhammersley  data  content  metadata  storage  intertwingly 
december 2009 by infovore
Guardian gagged from reporting parliament | Media | The Guardian
"The Guardian is prevented from identifying the MP who has asked the question, what the question is, which minister might answer it, or where the question is to be found. The Guardian is also forbidden from telling its readers why the paper is prevented – for the first time in memory – from reporting parliament. Legal obstacles, which cannot be identified, involve proceedings, which cannot be mentioned, on behalf of a client who must remain secret. The only fact the Guardian can report is that the case involves the London solicitors Carter-Ruck, who specialise in suing the media for clients, who include individuals or global corporations." Oh, I'm looking forward to the next Private Eye.
carterruck  journalism  politics  uk  law  parliament  censorship  guardian  media 
october 2009 by infovore
Revenge of the nerds | Andrew Martin | Comment is free | The Guardian
"...he and his brethren were plotting a future in which all writers and musicians would be at the mercy of the mathematicians and the electronic and numerological world they have created. Art is now content. It merely embellishes a "platform" of the kind I struggle to read about in the media pages which are now indistinguishable from the technology pages." I like Andrew Martin's writing a lot, but this article is both rubbish and angry-making. Grr.
journalism  nonsense  andrewmartin  guardian  geeks  art  culture  education 
october 2009 by infovore
The Neil Kulkarni guide to being a record-reviewer / In Depth // Drowned In Sound
"Accept that everything you say will be forgotten and ignored but write as if you and your words are immortal. Don’t just describe but justify – make sure the reader knows WHY the record exists whether the reasons are righteous or rascally. And always remember you’re not here to give consumer advice or help with people’s filing. You’re here to set people’s heads on fire."
writing  criticism  reviewing  journalism  advice  tips 
july 2009 by infovore
Now even houses can 'tweet'... as homeowner wires his cottage to Twitter | Mail Online
"The Tower of London tweets every time it opens and shuts..." Nice sub-editing, Daily Mail!
towerbridge  twitter  journalism  lazy  sloppy  fail 
june 2009 by infovore
The Learjet repo man | Salon News
"For the past three decades, Popovich has been one of a secret tribe of big game hunters who specialize in stealing jets from the jungle hideouts of corrupt landowners in Colombia, Mexico and Brazil and swiping go-fast boats from Wall Street titans in Miami and East Hampton. Super repos have been known to hire swat teams, hijack supertankers and fly off with eastern bloc military helicopters. For a cut of the overall value, they'll repossess anything." As jobs go, this one is pretty extreme; it's a great article.
business  reposession  writing  journalism  economics  awesome  planes  helicopters  jets 
june 2009 by infovore
KOKOGIAK - One Year Later...
Alan Taylor on a year of the Big Picture. It's been a successful one, if you ask me, and it's a wonderful site; there are few updates in my RSS reader I look forward to as much as it.
photography  journalism  online  web  bigpicture  boston  blogs 
june 2009 by infovore
BBC NEWS | Programmes | Newsnight | Stephen Fry dismisses MPs' expenses row
Jolly good, that man; speaking sense and pointing out the hypocrisy of the media talking this all up. And: how is this different to the hoo-haa over expenses in any other year? No, I don't know, either.
media  politics  journalism  expesnses  stephenfry  fussovernothing  commentary  intelligent 
may 2009 by infovore
Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable « Clay Shirky
"For the next few decades, journalism will be made up of overlapping special cases. Many of these models will rely on amateurs as researchers and writers. Many of these models will rely on sponsorship or grants or endowments instead of revenues. Many of these models will rely on excitable 14 year olds distributing the results. Many of these models will fail. No one experiment is going to replace what we are now losing with the demise of news on paper, but over time, the collection of new experiments that do work might give us the journalism we need." Late to link to this, but as everyone else who has done already would point out: it's great.
technology  media  publishing  printing  journalism  newspapers  internet  clayshirky  businessmodels 
march 2009 by infovore
The Guardian Open Platform |
The Guardian Open Platform launches, with their Content API, their Data Store, and a selection of client libraries for the API (one of which I did a smidge of work on). This is not just a good thing, it's a good thing Done Right, and I'm looking forward to what's next from the Open Platform team.
platform  web  guardian  data  journalism  api  content  openplatform 
march 2009 by infovore
Gamasutra - Analysis: Tabula Rasa 's Final Moments - A Firsthand Account
"It is probably safe to say that, despite decades of ever more spectacular Hollywood visions of extra-terrestial domination, humanity in its worst nightmares never imagined it would have to contend with spawn-camping aliens." Chris Remo documents the end of Tabula Rasa from the frontlines.
games  writing  mmo  journalism  apocalypse  tabularasa  end 
march 2009 by infovore
For Whiskey, Everything in Its Place - The Pour Blog -
"...after careful consideration [the editors in charge of style guidelines at the NYT] decided to alter our style. As of now, the spelling whisky will be used not only for Scotch but for Canadian liquor as well. The spelling whiskey will be used for all appropriate liquors from other sources." As it should be.
writing  language  nyt  journalism  whisky  english  style  spelling 
february 2009 by infovore
See the data underlying our tax database | Business |
"Our team of investigative journalists has compiled a database from four years' worth of company accounts to show how much the FTSE 100 companies make in pre-tax profits, and how much they pay in tax. We have published this data as a user-friendly interactive guide at" But, as well as the user-friendly guide, there's also all the data. Bravo.
information  guardian  data  journalism  tax  datajournalism 
february 2009 by infovore
How the Computer gets the answer
"It is a commonplace that if it weren’t for computers we couldn’t fly to the moon, or even keep an accurate record of the national debt. On the question of how it does what it does, however, the computer has always remained essentially mysterious—unfathomable to all but a small handful of initiates. An officer of one major computer concern guessed recently that not more than 2% of his employees really know how it works." 2% seems awfully high these days. Detailed, technical article from Life in 1967.
technology  engineering  journalism  life  computing  magazine  computer  logic 
january 2009 by infovore
The Problem with Games Journalism: Part One | Snappy Gamer
The comments thread on this is pretty epic, and I'm really not wading into that one. Suffice to say: it's quite a while before somebody mentions the word "criticism", and it's not in the main body of the article at all. That's the important word, to my mind.
games  writing  criticism  journalism  rant  misguided 
december 2008 by infovore
Databases, Lists, Maps, Rankings - Index - Data Desk - Los Angeles Times
"Maps, databases and other resources that help you dig deeper." A shame the raw data isn't available, but great they're collating this stuff and seeing it as another channel of news they provide.
data  visualisation  resource  latimes  newspaper  journalism  stats 
november 2008 by infovore
Big Contrarian → It just goes to show.
"If I only have so many hours in the day to devote to genuinely insightful things, Gladwell’s track record screams at me to ignore Outliers. At least for now. At least until I’m stuck on a cross-country flight, liquored up, and ready for a good fight." Jack Shedd is bored of anecdotes.
writing  journalism  anecdotes  evidence  science  malcolmgladwell 
november 2008 by infovore
chewing pixels » Animal Crossing - Wii review
"...while almost all of the game’s residents are free to go as they please, heading off to new towns and lives on a whim, once you step off the bus and choose a house in which to settle, you’re here for good.... you are the local constant, the hick who’s never left its borders and there is some comfort in the knowledge that the places the other animals leave for can never be known by you." Simon's original version of his Wii Animal Crossing review; some lovely analysis of the series to date.
simonparkin  games  writing  journalism  wii  animalcrossing  nintendo 
november 2008 by infovore
GameSetWatch - On PixelVixen707, Brinkvale Insane Asylum, & Slow Burn ARG Craziness
"Wow. Ever get the feeling you've been thrown for a loop? I did just that, when I worked out that GSW commenter and erudite game blogger, PixelVixen707, appears to be not just a smart game blogger, but a fictitious front for some kind of damn weird ARG/online story." Down the rabbit hole we go, again.
arg  criticism  games  writing  rabbithole  journalism 
november 2008 by infovore
WIRED 1.01: The Age of Paine
"Paine does have a descendent, a place where his values prosper and are validated millions of times a day: the Internet. There, his ideas about communications, media ethics, the universal connections between people, the free flow of honest opinion are all relevant again, visible every time one modem shakes hands with another." Fantastic article
wired  tompaine  wireduk  journalism  internet  media  publishing  freedom 
october 2008 by infovore
GameSetWatch - Chewing Pixels: 'For Sale: Hero Shoes. Once Worn.'
"Still, it’s 110 days (or 2,663.18 hours) that I’m sort of responsible for taking from a girl’s life. Phileas Fog circumnavigated the globe in less time than that." A lovely piece of writing from Simon Parkin, tracking down a digital life he sold long ago.
finalfantasyxi  mmorpg  mmo  journalism  writing  simonparkin 
september 2008 by infovore
post-ONA conference (tecznotes)
"For one, there's an undercurrent of a siege mentality in journalism right now, with newsrooms cutting staff and print operations frozen stiff in the headlights of the internet. The focus on narrative and story gives a softer edge and an escape valve, though - this group is not primarily a tech-driven community, but they catch on to new developments quickly and bend them into the service of storytelling." Interesting round-up from Mike, particularly with respect to the NYT's election coverage.
journalism  conference  data  programming  development  media  datadriven 
september 2008 by infovore
Storyboard - Wired Blogs
"An almost-real-time, behind-the-scenes look at the assigning, writing, editing, and designing of a Wired feature."
writing  wired  journalism  documentary  blog  process 
september 2008 by infovore
meish dot org » Sociable Media
" can’t do one of these bits and expect everything to work out great. You have to think about what can and needs to be done in each bucket." Another part of the it's-not-a-software-problem issue, with some good points on community.
commenting  socialmedia  journalism  socialsoftware  newspapers  softwareproblems  peopleproblems 
august 2008 by infovore
chewing pixels » In Search of a Miracle
"Where did we lose our nuance? When did we all become so beastly that we forgot how to have a conversation? Or was it always like so?" Some lovely writing from Simon Parkin.
religion  belief  journalism  writing  lambethconference  absolutes 
july 2008 by infovore
The Medium - Stet - The Internet's Typographical and Grammatical Morass -
"I am stumped by how to excerpt the language on message boards and blogs... My problem with message-board language brings up a prior problem in journalism: the difficulty of translating spoken language into written language."
quotation  language  writing  internet  online  journalism  transcription  dialogue  speaking 
july 2008 by infovore
Martin Bell: Charles Wheeler: an inspiration | Comment is free |
"Charles Wheeler, who has died at the age of 85, set the standard to which all broadcast journalists of my generation aspired. We never reached it, but we knew that if we got close we were doing well." Martin Bell on Charles Wheeler.
martinbell  charleswheeler  journalism  obituary  correspondant 
july 2008 by infovore
Interview with Alan Taylor, Creator of Boston Globe's The Big Picture -
Some good stuff and choice quotes about the background to the Big Picture, a truly wonderful blog of the stories hidden inside wire photojournalism.
bigpicture  photography  photojournalism  bostonglobe  programming  journalism  web  blog 
june 2008 by infovore
@ Future of Journalism: Adrian Holovaty's vision for data-friendly journalists | PDA: The Digital Content Blog |
"Google has to search through those blobs of stories to pull out that raw data again, thus undoing the work of the journalist. The two need to meet in the middle, argues Holovaty." More data-driven journalism stuff; all spot on, really.
journalism  data  datadriven  adrianholovaty  technology  development 
june 2008 by infovore
Extract from What I Talk About When I Talk About Running, by Haruki Murakami | Health and wellbeing | Life and Health
"I may not hear the Rocky theme song, or see the sunset anywhere, but for me, this may be a sort of conclusion." Delightful Murakami article on running.
running  fitness  health  murakami  writing  journalism  sport  exercise  concentration 
june 2008 by infovore
Photographers » Blog Archive » Earthquake in China - a photographers’ view | Blogs |
I've been enjoying the Reuters Photographers blog for a while now; this post reminds me how remarkable some of the lengths their correspondants go to.
china  earthquake  photography  journalism  photojournalism  reuters 
june 2008 by infovore
Z-list - Vox
Simon Wistow with a sensible, insightful post - starting from Andy Baio's remarkable discovery of Milliways - on how the web (and bloggers) need to grow up, and how telling smart people "you don't get the web" isn't actually an answer at all. Bravo.
journalism  blogging  waxy  infocom  simonwistow  publishing  writing 
april 2008 by infovore
SI Vault - 54 years of Sports Illustrated history -
Forty+ years of Sports Illustrated, all under one roof online, and free. Worth it for the photography alone, even if you're not a sportsfan.
sportsillustrated  sport  publishing  writing  journalism  photography 
april 2008 by infovore
TimesMachine - New York Times
"TimesMachine can take you back to any issue [of the NYT between 1851 and 1922]". Some lovely flourishes in the interface, and some remarkable content, as you might expect.
newspaper  newyorktimes  interface  interaction  design  publishing  journalism  history 
february 2008 by infovore Daily Log: The Times (UK) Spamming Social Media Sites
"Yesterday, I discovered that The Times (UK), a well-respected newspaper owned by News Corp., is involved in an extensive campaign to spam social media websites with links to articles." Andy Baio on the Times' involvement with SEO.
seo  journalism  online  web  newspaper  marketing  thetimes  times 
january 2008 by infovore
Telegraph to become OpenID provider : January 2008 : Shane Richmond : Technology : Telegraph Blogs
"The Telegraph will soon become the first newspaper in the world, and the first British media company, to become an OpenID provider. Readers will be able to begin using the service from the end of February." That's an interesting - and savvy - move.
openid  publishing  journalism  blogging  newspapers  telegraph  uk 
january 2008 by infovore
Print Tonight on <i>Dateline</i> This Man Will Die
"Before the unexpected series of events that began yesterday afternoon, for example, Hansen had no intention of ever being here, outside this house, waiting for a SWAT team on an overcast Sunday afternoon." God, US Esquire can be good.
journalism  writing  tv  broadcast  policework  dateline 
january 2008 by infovore
The NUJ and me: a considered response | Greenslade | Guardian Unlimited
"I cannot, in all conscience, remain within a union I now regard, albeit reluctantly, as reactionary. The digital revolution is here and I am digital revolutionary." Roy Greenslade on leaving the NUJ.
nuj  journalism  media  digital  online 
october 2007 by infovore
Nick Sweeney · searching for the one-eyed jesus
" sums up the particular strain of globollocks in Monocle that both entices and infuriates, like a coke-fiend friend" - great post from Nick Sweeney on Monocle and cultures of their own creation
globalism  journalism  publishing 
september 2007 by infovore
Times to Stop Charging for Parts of Its Web Site - New York Times
"...indirect readers, unable to get access to articles behind the pay wall and less likely to pay subscription fees than the more loyal direct users..." - you don't say?
paywall  business  advertising  online  newmedia  newspaper  newyorktimes  publishing  journalism 
september 2007 by infovore
Steven Poole – Trigger Happy
"For five years I also wrote a monthly column of the same title in the industry's critical Bible, Edge magazine. All those columns are archived"... on Poole's website. Excellent.
stevenpoole  games  journalism  writing  edge 
september 2007 by infovore
Better Accelerate Than Never - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - the PC gaming site
"FHM was selling 800,000 for a reason, and it wasn’t to those of us who’ve seen all three endings of Deus Ex" Gillen talks about the resurgence of PC Accelerator.
publishing  games  journalism  magazines 
september 2007 by infovore
New Statesman - A noble trade
"Why is the girl in the centre smiling? Her fiancé lies at death's door after being rescued from the sea. She smiles because she saw a press cameraman and knew her picture was going in the papers." Nice article on press photographers.
photography  journalism  photojournalism  press  news  media 
july 2007 by infovore
Pearls Before Breakfast -
"On Tuesday, he will be accepting the Avery Fisher prize, recognizing the Flop of L'Enfant Plaza as the best classical musician in America." Joshua Bell busks for the Washington Post.
music  culture  violin  society  busking  joshuabell  journalism  art 
april 2007 by infovore
MediaShift . Digging Deeper::Web Focus Leads Newspapers to Hire Programmers for Editorial Staff | PBS
Strong article on newsroom-developers, and about more than just Adrian Holovaty for once. Good quotations, too.
journalism  programming  development  media  newspapers  future 
march 2007 by infovore
Home - World Press Photo
The 2007 contest winners are now up. They're very impressive.
photography  journalism  photojournalism  news  society 
february 2007 by infovore
Wired 14.10: Gizmondo's Spectacular Crack-up
"He might have been the smartest criminal I've ever encountered [...] but as smart as he was, being noticed seemed to mean more to him than staying out of jail." Remarkable story of the downfall of Stefan Eriksson and Gizmondo
gizmondo  business  journalism  crime  corruption  ferarri  bizarre 
october 2006 by infovore Five Things All Sane People Agree On About Blogs And Mainstream Journalism (So Can We Stop Talking About Them Now?)
if you're writing an article or a blog post about this issue, and your argument revolves around one or more of these points -- and doesn't add anything else of substance -- STOP WRITING. Pick a new topic. Move on. There's nothing to see here.
blogs  journalism  media  blogging 
august 2006 by infovore
BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » The last presses
Jeff Jarvis rambling on as ever - some good quotes in it, though
journalism  newmedia  publishing  web  blogging 
july 2006 by infovore
Rupert Murdoch tells all to Press Gazette - exclusive interview | Press Gazette
The internet is changing, very disruptive technology and there are new inventions coming along every month. One has to stay awake and race to stay up with it, or if you get enough brilliant people around maybe you can get ahead of it.
interview  journalism  internet  murdoch 
july 2006 by infovore
Telegraph | Personal view: New breed of journalist for a new world
I have been a print journalist for 42 years and up until, say, three years or so ago I expected to die a print journalist. But there is no point in looking backwards, in being an inky dinosaur, so I have come to accept that the only way forward, for the m
greenslade  newmedia  journalism  publishing 
july 2006 by infovore
7 Bad Mistakes that Good Game Journalists Make
Definitely worth reading. I'm behind on my current review, too!
games  journalism  writing 
december 2005 by infovore
Reviewing Games
Interesting course on writing game reviews from Bolton University. Some interesting questions - tricky, rather than hard - and nice and diverse. Also, rating something from 0 to 10 depending on how New Games Journalism it is...
newgamesjournalism  games  journalism  writing 
december 2005 by infovore
Newspaper 2.0: The Blog Revolution
In part, on the NYT redesign. Newspaper sites becoming more bloglike, etc
newspaper  design  newyorktimes  weblogs  rss  journalism  newmedia 
january 2005 by infovore
Metafilter thread on jakarta bombing
relevant to the whole flickr/moblogging/grassroots journalism movement
bombing  grassroots  jakarta  journalism  metafilter  moblogging 
september 2004 by infovore

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