Over the last seven lessons, you may have found that as you continue to use Twitter, you come across more and more interesting people to follow, and your following also grows exponentially. Keeping track of them all can be a challenge, and sometimes you will want to focus on certain groups of them over others, […]
Last week in the dojo we had a rousing discussion about artificial intelligence (AI) and the future of journalism and communication. Since then, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about how I may have freaked the class out, and I have a tonic for how we can have a positive impact on this dangerous future. […]
Confessions of a Google Spammer
This may be helpful when we talk about how the search engines work on Wednesday! Internet: the physical connections between computers Web: a protocol (software) that shows the interconnected pages on the Internet one trillion page (5%) Deep Web: huge portions of the web that Google can’t see (includes dynamic content such as your FB […]
The Conversation has a short piece over here about how to bust hoaxes online. Great collection of tools, which I’ll eventually add to the resources page!
Great article in Fast Company that talks about the most recent research in how we read on screens. Fascinating stuff!
An oldie but a goodie on the nature of content strategy, and why it’s important, found on A List Apart.
Ever wondered how those Tweets get to your smartphone, or how those funny cat gifs arrive in your Tumblr feed? Here’s a short video that explains the basics of how the Internet works: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewrBalT_eBM&w=640&h=360]
I enjoyed this article on Ecoconsultancy. More grist for the design mill.
Ever wondered how those Tweets get to your smartphone, or how those funny cat gifs arrive in your Tumblr feed? Here’s a short video that explains the basics of how the Internet works: You may also want to check out this shorter video, how the web works, via Commoncraft. And if you happen to be […]