A new science blogging scandal shows that the conflicts between commercial platforms and bloggers continue to dog the integration of blogs into mainstream media outlets.
Recent data from the Guardian suggests that commenting remains a fringe activity, often dominated by a few voices. What might this mean for initiatives based on altmetrics and post-publication review?
In the world of social media, when you huff, and you puff, and you blow a house down, there are new consequences.
The network effect is a peculiar thing. It can be about lolcats or insurrection. Either way, it’s a new and different power.
When an outsider looks in, the opportunities in the changing media landscape become crystal clear. Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, recently gazed into the publishing house and has plenty of great observations.
The Guardian is doing what every news organization — every publishing organization — should do. Are you listening?