Getting an early start to the web browsing, which means this may be updated throughout the day.
- When do we become the roadblock? Steve Yelvington reports it’s not just the old sticks on the print side that can stand in the way of more fully developed newspapers.
- Relentless connectivity. A surprisingly large number of people are using wireless connectivity, and they are more engaged with the ‘net than their wired counterparts.
- Single-copy sales studied, but content isn’t addressed. Charles Apple wonders why there’s nothing about content in a large study of single-issue newspaper sales. By the way, they’re down.
- The winners so far… They’re rolling out the announcements of the winners of the Picture of the Year International awards. Some sterling photojournalism is revealed. Via A Photo a Day.
- Newspaper Video: Point and shoot phone trial. Andy Dickinson tries point and shoot video production with a cellphone, and reports on the results.
- Tour hits San Jose. Richard Hernandez, whose Multimedia Shooter has become the go-to place for links to all journalistic things multimedia, has produced a really nice piece for the Mercury News that shows the possibilities of Joe Weiss’s Soundslides.
- Was/Is/Will be. Jeff Jarvis picks up on Mark Glaser’s post I noted last week, Imaging a Future Tense for Newspapers, provides commentary and makes some additions to the list. Update: Mark Glaser has an update that expands on his original post.