Published in Columbia Journalism Review
- Playing Games in Palestine – A video game that teaches you how to be a Middle East correspondent.
- Digg This – A top ‘Digger’ worries about his power to drive traffic.
- Think You Know Your Web Traffic? – Think again. The Scramble for online measures
Features from Digidave.org
- Evolving from Larvae to BugLab – The Rise of Open Source Hardware
- Digg’s IM Epidemic
- Content is King, Collaboration is Key
- David Cohn’s Masters Thesis
Interviews with over 80 industry professionals
- The Roanoke Times – National Novel Writing Month
Think you could knock out a 175-page novel in a month? About 75,000 people are spending November trying to do just that.
- Winston Salem Journalism – Open Design: Organization works to improve prosthetics.
When Robert Haag’s son Michael was born with about 6 inches of his left arm missing below the elbow–a condition shared by one in 400 children each year–the standard artificial limbs proved to be of only limited help.
- The Times Argus – At museums, silly stuff gets serious treatment
“Driving through Mount Horeb, Wis., you can stop at the world famous Mustard Museum and talk with “Chief Mustard Operator” Barry Levenson about his collection of 4,719 types of mustard, including birch syrup mustard from Alaska and blends from Azerbaijan.”