What online journalists can learn from information scientists

I recently took part in a fascinating ‘unconference‘ in Seattle aimed at information professionals of various stripes — librarians, information architects, interaction designers and the like. It’s called InfoCamp, and it seems like a natural venue for online journalists too — though there were few in attendance. The sessions covered such familiar topics as information […]

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Spiegel Online relaunch integrates curated topic pages

De Amerikaanse journalist Eric Ulken bereist dit jaar de wereld op zoek naar trends en ontwikkelingen in de online journalistiek. In zijn derde bijdrage voor De Nieuwe Reporter schrijft hij over de vormgeving van Spiegel Online, de website van het tijdschrift waar hij momenteel tijdelijk werkt. Continuing with the theme of redesigns (last week I […]

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Cracks in the walled garden: The view from Japan

This is my first post for De Nieuwe Reporter. I am an American journalist and the former editor for interactive technology at the Los Angeles Times. I’ve been spending this year traveling and studying trends and practices in online journalism around the world. I will be writing here occasionally, and I also blog (infrequently) on […]

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