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Old Media and New Media Meet
Old Media and New Media Meet

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Subscribe to my YouTube playlist, Old Media and New Media Meet.
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Old meets new, not media related. I came across this wall mural at a construction site on the north side of 47th, between 6th & 7th Ave in NYC. One can only presume that the new hotel now in its place charges a higher rate...
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How to stay secure online: “Choose a password you can’t remember, and don’t write it down” (Ross Anderson, computer scientist). But now, in light of the Heartbleed SSL attack, I might change all my carefully chosen passwords to admin. As if it really matters...
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Interesting panel on women tech innovators at this year's "Women in the World Summit 2014" that took place last weekend in Manhattan.
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Soon. I mocked it at first, but not anymore. Glass.
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"The future [of journalism] will definitely be a hybrid one, combining the best practices of traditional journalism — fairness, accuracy, storytelling, deep investigations —- with the best tools available to the digital world — speed, transparency, and, above all, engagement."

Thanks, Arianna. I have been saying this all along. Now start paying all your writers at the HuffPo, and we are all set for a brighter future. Cheers.
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What a find: a 1981 TV report on "newspapers by computer", the first newspapers offered "online". And they ask, "will that be the future?" You bet.
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"Even as They Die Out Everywhere Else, Telegrams Persist in Israel" 

"If you’re lucky a particularly dedicated representative might even help craft a greeting. “You already have the word ‘love’ in the message itself so I wouldn't sign off with that, too,” an operator advised last week. “Keep that at the end but add ‘wishing you lots of luck’ in the body of the text instead.”
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