Marcos Díaz Orellana, the governor of the sate of Merida [es], suspended classes in the University of Los Andes as part of a preventive measure.”
Archive for March, 2011|Monthly archive page
An excellent post by Jonathan Stray (associated press), in which he gives a categorical overview of introductory reading for computational journalism including data journalism, visualization, computational linguistics, communication technology, free speech, information tracking, filtering/recommendation, and measuring public knowledge.
Stray’s talk at the recent NICAR (National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting) conference, demonstrates the practical importance of computational techniques in modern reporting.
An experiment from IBM with useful visualization tools.
Controversial statements by an NPR executive lead to resignation and attacks on funding
Why I would rather work for the yakuza than National Geographic Television
An investigative journalism living in Japan reveals National Geographic Television’s unethical behavior
Learning to love the (shallow, divisive, unreliable) new media
A well-written piece from the atlantic about accepting news trends, giving readers (customers) what they want rather than what they should have.