Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Looking for real journalists

I mentioned my Digital Journalism class, where we all have an obligation to blog (on a class site, not this blog). Well, my class is interested in talking to people who work at a real newspaper. If you have any interest in reading the digital journalism blog and maybe interacting online with these undergrad and grad students, let me know. The site is not private, but it's not quite public. I have permission to give you my sign on, it's OKd by the prof. So email me at kjmccoy@stanford.edu and I'll send you the link and my sign on. (My apologies: the first generation of this post linked direct to the site, and those who tried to go got a 'cannot enter' message.

Oh, and here's some reading for you. The Nieman folks have just done their analysis of the state of newspapers, called "Goodbye Gutenberg." You'll find it here. I haven't read it all yet, but there's obvious food for thought. A good one to start with is multimedia reporter and teacher Jane Stevens' "Taking the Big Gulp." Find it here.


Howard said...

Tried to sign on and was told (rude, don't you think?):

Access denied
You are not authorized to access this page.

Kathleen McCoy said...

You mean the Nieman site would not let you on? I'll try to backtrack to an email I got, forward that to you.
I am so new to this, tho, I can't tell if I made a mistake. But I'll work on it.