Found Monday (updated throughout the day; newest items at the top of the list:
- Fortress journalism failed. The transparent newsroom works. Steven Smith, editor of the Spokane Spokesman-Review, with a guest essay at PressThink on the extraordinary steps the newspaper is taking to open the process of newspapering up to scrutiny.
- The Lasting Impact of Sony’s Rootkit. Michael Geist suggests the Sony DRM screw-up will reverberate for a while yet. Could it be a turning point in the fight against too-restrictive DRM?
- Who wants to buy a newspaper? Jeff Jarvis responds to Jay Rosen on the sale of Knight-Ridder and poses some possibilities. (Through this post, I discovered that Jay, who has stopped writing at PressThink while he finishes a book, is writing at the Huffington Post. Duly noted and bookmarked.)