Hi there! I’m Jan, a thirtysomething mechanical engineer, amateur guitarist, and web standards, WordPress and Laravel enthusiast from Belgium, and this is my personal blog.
Aram Zucker-Scharff is out to find a better narrative for the world. Over the past few years he has built himself an understanding of new media, marketing and advertising from the ground up. By starting in the midst of the radical alteration of how we consume media, it has become clear that new media requires new methods of understanding.
Aram firmly believes that you have to comprehend the spectrum of knowledge that supports professional techniques in order to create effective and unique innovation. This means knowing the basic elements of how to tell a brand's story as well as understanding the code and hardware behind the digital systems we use every day.
His approach is to understand where technology and narrative meet. Then we can work together to find the best way to apply that knowledge to strengthen the brand.
A site to discuss better education for all
Hi, I’m Matt Maldre, the Senior Web Marketing Strategist at Tribune Content Agency (formerly called Tribune Media Services).
I’m L.T. Hanlon, a writer and photographer now living in Chicago. Before moving to the Windy City, I worked at newspapers in Arizona, Colorado, and Wyoming. These days, I’m branching out into independent publishing — including writing genre fiction for Amazon’s Kindle platform under several pseudonyms. In addition to publishing, I’m interested in stereoscopic photography, widescreen motion picture technology, midcentury modern architecture, typewriters, UFOs, and Fortean phenomena.
The News Co/Lab works to advance media literacy through journalism, education and technology. We’re based at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
We experiment with new ways to increase public understanding of how news works. Rather than duplicate existing projects, we promote them and seek to expand their efforts. We collaborate with many partners.
Welcome to The Independent Variable, a digital publication for news that doesn’t matter written by me, mynameiskev.in (I may or may not matter). I also have a propensity for completenonsen.se (but that’s just between you and me). I call this here thing a digital publication, but in all honesty, you‘ll just find things like link and video posts from across the interwebs along with the occasional list (who doesn’t love to hate lists?) and maybe even an article or two. All posts are tagged according to the icon key in case you ever get confused, lost, or completely fed up with me.
QA Engineer at Arbor Networks
We keep an eye out for the most interesting stories about Labby subjects: digital media, startups, the web, journalism, strategy, and more. Here’s some of what we’ve seen lately.
My name is Kin Lane. I am a writer, storyteller, and forever recovering technologist. If you've heard of my name before, you probably know me as the API Evangelist, covering the technology, business, and politics of APIs. I am also the Chief Evangelist at Postman, helping shape the narrative of what the modern API life cycle looks like, and how one of the most beloved developer tools out there helps you be more successful in your API journey.
Media Redefined: interest mixes for curious minds. media + tech + pop
I am a freelance writer, researcher and speaker, and the author of Work Smarter with Social Media: A Guide to Managing Evernote, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Your Email (Harvard Business Review Press, 2015). My work helps people and organizations cope with the transition to a digital world by tackling everything from the business and social impact of big-picture trends like the emergence of the collaborative economy, to the nitty-gritty of making productive use of digital tools.
I am a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, The Harvard Business Review and The Christian Science Monitor’s Passcode, and the digital columnist for JSTOR Daily. My writing on technology issues has appeared in media outlets like Macworld, Oprah.com, The Atlantic.com, The Toronto Star, CBC Radio, Business 2.0, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. I am a frequent commentator on tech stories, appearing regularly in broadcast and print to talk about the business of tech, the latest digital scandals or the drama of managing kids’ screen time.
My perspective on the tech world is informed by my experience as a web strategist and by my research background. I am the former Vice President of Social Media at Vision Critical, a customer intelligence software provider, where I worked with the company’s F1000 customers to develop innovative approaches to social media research and to deliver groundbreaking reports like Sharing is the New Buying and What Social Media Analytics Can’t Tell You About Your Customers. Before joining Vision Critical, I was the Director of the Social + Interactive Media Centre at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, where I worked on applied research challenges with BC-based companies.
As the founder and principal with Social Signal, one of the world’s first social media agencies, I have shaped the online strategy for a wide range of online community projects, including Tyze, Change Everything and NetSquared. This work builds on my consulting, research and writing on online community and civic participation by harnessing the latest generation of web tools — tools like blogging, Facebook, Twitter, and RSS — to the challenge of community engagement.
JSTOR Daily offers scholarly context for the news, tapping into JSTOR, a digital library of academic journals.
Hundreds of apples, plus notes and comment on the harvest and more.
I can only imagine that my following it is going to prompt a future interview by Jeremy Cherfas presuming he may not have come across this before.
The most perfect blog is this: https://t.co/IKnwuUEmSc
300+ reviews of apple varieties and news about harvests and there are polite comments about flavors and it's like a blog from a bygone era of pure harmless internet fandom and passions. But just apples.
— Matt Haughey (@mathowie) December 2, 2019
— Jeremy Felt (@jeremyfelt) December 2, 2019
Sirius Reflections presents the musings of Amy Nelson, who teaches history (mostly Russian), studies animals (mostly domestic), plays with digital media and technologies (mostly related to history and animals), practices yoga (for peace), runs (for sanity), and knits (for peace and sanity).
The hub for my networked learning and research activities is amynelson.net.