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  1. links for 2010-03-17 « Onlinejournalismtest's Blog

    [...] The future of context and the future of journalism RT @hrwaldram: RT @kevglobal: Blogged: "The future of context and the future of journalism" http://bit.ly/aFXsqn (tags: via:packrati.us) [...]

  2. The BBC and linking part 2: a call to become curators of context | Online Journalism Blog

    [...] More on the content vs context debate from Kevin Anderson. SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "The BBC and linking part 2: a call to become curators of context", [...]

  3. Article: The future of context and journalism « Librarian of tomorrow

    [...] preparation I read this article from the Strange Attractor blog, which argues for less focus on getting content out there and more [...]

  4. Chris Dymond
    Chris Dymond at |

    This is all so obvious, and has been for so long, it’s making me feel physically sick.
    With all the things going on in the world, things we – our country – are involved in, daily news articles are a hopelessly inefficient and ineffective way of informing people. Will someone please just allow me to see a topic and inform me briefly of any factual updates to it as and when they occur? And to a level of detail I specify? And with a growing timeline of events? With impartial or multi-perspective context on the topic as a whole? And an engaging conversation that’s integrated in and configurable so I can confine it to people who’s opinions I trust?

    I’ll even click on three of your adverts per week (at random) if you do :-)

  5. The BBC and linking part 2: a call to become curators of context « Attorney Don Hecker Broadcast

    [...] More on the content vs context debate from Kevin Anderson. Uncategorized No Comments March 17th, 2010 About… This author published 30 posts in [...]

  6. Kontekst som journalistisk kompetence | Digit.alt!

    [...] mennesker. Så hvorfor bruger de det ikke? Hvorfor har de ikke forlængst indset, at der i det at levere en kontekst og få tingene til at hænge lidt bedre sammen og give mening, før der nødvendigvis fyldes en masse ekstra på, er langt mere fornuftigt og noget, hvor [...]

  7. links for 2010-03-27 « feeling listless

    [...] The future of context and the future of journalism The future of context and the future of journalism http://ff.im/-idLW7 [...]

  8. Organic Evergreen Content – User Generated Context – Fools Gold?

    [...] there’s the content vs. context debate. I see a divide. Covering traditional media’s shift to digital media, I hear strategies [...]

  9. YourTechWorld » A biological basis for acupuncture, or more evidence for a placebo effect? | Not Exactly Rocket Science

    [...] this blog, I try to describe some of the research that led up to it, a tactic that fits with the growing cries for more context in modern [...]

  10. notizblog - Weblog der Social Web WORLD: Journalismus 2.0 - Future of Context

    [...] Laut Anderson haben wir bereits einen Überfluss an Content: “People don’t want more info; they want the minimum info they need to understand a topic.” Der Journalismus befindet sich derzeit in einem Teufelskreis, in dem er mit mehr und mehr Schlagzeilen um sich wirft, die keine Leser mehr verarbeiten kann. Der Leser wendet sich im schlimmsten Fall sogar Stück für Stück ab und liest nur noch die kurzweiligen Artikel, die wenig geistige Energie verbrauchen , rund um Boulevard, Verbrechen oder Wetter. [...]

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