We’ll be working on how to restore trust in everything long after Trump is out of the White House.
Big media can do its thing. But we need something smaller, more personal, more intimate.
Here’s a compelling pitch for Ello, the ad-free social network. It’s a pitch, clearly, from Paul Budnitz, the CEO. It’s also a nice summary of Facebook’s user surveillance and tracking.
The very best blogging I’ve ever encountered has had nothing to do with brands or being seen or newsletter growth or client acquisition. The very best posts I’ve ever read have been from the heart, and have beautifully touched upon elements of life too easily missed.
– Catherinethewriter in Forget SEO: 10 Better Reasons to Blog
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The media, unable to comprehend an alternative discourse to themselves, have created their ‘bogey’ platform.
Whimpers won’t save the news business. Our goal: reinvent it. Join us in an initiative that brings “the people formerly known as the audience,” social interaction and personal technologies to solutions that foster journalism, unify knowledge and profit the changemakers of an informed society.
Print newspapers need to go beyond breaking news coverage and headlines when they report big events because their readers know what happened long before the paper is printed.
We watched in real times as Twitter and social media crushed another traditional media model.
We’re seeking a small group of online publishers to try a new online conversation tool with some novel and intriguing capabilities – including the ability to embed and network conversations (and audiences) across different sites and on Facebook.
A new kind of war and a new kind of news just unfolded on Twitter. It’s up to us to find the common ground of truth.