The Huffington Post, created in May 2005, is the new current star amongst online media. Forget about Slate, Salon and don’t event think about old media venturing into the digital era. HuffPo beats them all.
Speaking lightly of serious things and seriously of light ones is not only a motto every educated French men is bound to follow – at least if he was raised by the same grand father I had – it’s also an editorial online model which prospers on Internet. To the extent that it could be [...]
There was a time networked journalism was called « citizen journalist. » Then a smart guy asked if you would trust a citizen dentist or a citizen brain surgeon and the term was dead, until it was rebranded as… network journalism.
In a small bunch of posts, I’d like to explore and share my thoughts about the current online editorial models and what they could bring to the European Parliament online editorial strategy. Yep, that will be a hazardous process in progress, with no real structure and random assertions. That’s what blogging is about, after all? [...]