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Glenn Greenwald Interview - Glenn Greenwald Quotes - Esquire
The things we do when other people are watching are things that are conformist, obedient, normal, and unnotable.
privacy  surveillance  glengreenwald  journalism  2013 
december 2013 by jju
So what does a gal have to do to get into The Comics Journal anyway? — The Beat
I’d like to think that in the long run this exclusion doesn’t matter, since, well, only a few people read The Comics Journal any more, and thousands of people read tumblr and the web where people who are not white men are able to put their work on display without fear of “gender-blind” gatekeepers. It’s definitely a world without gatekeepers any more, thank God, and I’d rather have the tyranny of crowd sourcing than the tyranny of patronizing, patriarchal privilege; a privilege oblivious to its own sheltered viewpoint.

But heed me well, young women of tumblr, this is how women get forgotten and marginalized. They get left out of history. Over and over and over, and have to prove over and over and over that they belong in discussion.
comics  criticism  feminism  2013  patriarchy  thecomicsjournal  journalism 
november 2013 by jju
Stripped: Joe Sacco – Conflict Comes in a Lot of Guises
Sacco was keen to stress that his way was the slow way, spending real time with the people he interviewed. “I’m not annoying them or forcing myself on them.”
journalism  comics  joesacco  bosnia  palestine  2013 
august 2013 by jju
Savage Minds Interview: Sarah Kendzior
Every grad school path is unique, but almost all lead to the same dead end: a contingency market in which you must have both personal wealth and a willingness to accept your own exploitation to stay in the game.
education  gradschool  economics  anthropology  journalism  2013 
may 2013 by jju
Bio-hackers, crime journalism, and socialstructing the future - Boing Boing
“What’s more important is not that he was arrested,” says Paul, “but that for seven years he tried moving his business to Azerbaijan and to various places, and these people, these local journalists, would always find my story. Or some parent who was interested in adopting would find it. So then I realized that archived information has a lot of power. If it’s proper information, if it’s sourced correctly, if it’s put in a good form, if it’s backed by documents, then it can have impact for a very long time.”
journalism  archives  information  social  2013  book 
april 2013 by jju
The Joke's on You: Are Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Lulling Americans Into Submission?
Our high-tech jesters serve as smirking adjuncts to the dysfunctional institutions of modern media and politics, from which all their routines derive. Their net effect is almost entirely therapeutic: they congratulate viewers for their fine habits of thought and feeling while remaining careful never to question the corrupt precepts of the status quo too vigorously.

Our lazy embrace of Stewart and Colbert is a testament to our own impoverished comic standards. We have come to accept coy mockery as genuine subversion and snarky mimesis as originality.
stephencolbert  jonstewart  comedy  news  journalism  2012 
july 2012 by jju
This American Lie: Is It O.K. For Climate Science Deniers To Lie And For Journalists To Quote Those Lies? | ThinkProgress
This American Lie: Is It O.K. For Climate Science Deniers To Lie And For Journalists To Quote Those Lies? from ThinkProgress http://thinkprogress.org
2012  climatechange  lies  journalism 
march 2012 by jju
Beginner’s guide for journalists who want to understand API documentation
RT : Beginner’s guide for journalists who want to understand API documentation | Poynter.
api  journalism  tech  documentation  2011  from twitter
july 2011 by jju
Why We Need the New News Environment to be Chaotic
Outside a relative handful of financial publications, there is no such thing as the news business. There is only the advertising business. The remarkable thing about the newspapers’ piece of that business isn’t that they could reliably generate profits without accomplishing much in the way of innovation—that could just as easily describe the local car dealership. The remarkable thing is that over the last couple of generations, those profits supported the fractional bit of those enterprises that covered the news.
clayshirky  business  journalism  2011  future  libr559m  socialmedia  media 
july 2011 by jju
What is investigative journalism (for)?
But in reality, all of the investigative journalist’s material will most likely not be online, so if we leave that thought experiment behind we can add other elements to acknowledge that, particularly in a digitised world:

Making the invisible visible (i.e. digitising offline material, from paper documents and witness accounts to the ‘invisible web‘)
Making the disconnected connected
Identifying gaps in information – and filling them

These are all in fact ‘making the hidden visible’ in another form. It is the final one which comes closest to the process-based model identified above. But does it matter whether they fill those gaps with material that is in the public domain or which only exists in a single witness’s diary?
journalism  library  investigation  visible  information  future  2011 
march 2011 by jju
Journalistic nuclear physics
We are so used to this format we give it no thought, yet it is highly idiosyncratic, limiting and wasteful.
journalism  internet  new  media  change  sxsw  context  history  tech  21c 
march 2011 by jju
Dubai on Empty
Dubai has been built very fast. The plan was money. The architect was money. The designer was money and the builder was money. And if you ever wondered what money would look like if it were left to its own devices, it’s Dubai.
money  aagill  dubai  culture  2011  desert  labour  rich  travel  journalism 
march 2011 by jju
Richard Peppiatt's letter to Daily Star proprietor Richard Desmond
Were this the behaviour of an actual person they would be diagnosed schizophrenic and bundled into the nearest white van. But because the mouthpiece is a newspaper, it's all supposed to be ok. Well, here's some breaking news – it's far, far worse.
uk  journalism  racism  2011  egypt  muslim  hate  tabloid  richardpeppiatt  dailystar  richarddesmond 
march 2011 by jju
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