Burgerbot and the art of language... Typo edition.
A quick screencast to and assorted tips on accessing captions.
Sad, melancholy and British. Steve Cutts channels his inner Jessica Rabbit as she gives an update on the current lives of 80’s cartoon stars.
Two video mashups of Mark Ronson's overly ubiquitous Uptown Funk.
I went to the White Moustache factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn to shoot images of their Whey Turkey Brine.
Feeling large and feeling small with Burgerbot.
Biking through New York City in the summer heat. Queens to Brighton Beach and back again.
Starting off the ever sporadic Adventures in Nothing with a man, dog and some sadness.
Goodbye beard. Shaving for Mother's Day.
What do publishers and news consumers do in a world of infinite choice?
We love books but there’ve been too many for about 500 years now.
Video: Yeah, he's fast.
A new book exploring the intersection of literature and code is a delightful romp through some of the Western world’s most celebrated writers and the imagined JavasScript they would have — could have — slung had they been so inclined.
Republicans hear what they want to hear. Think everyone supports them.
Heartfelt thanks to those who helped when I went head over handlebars while riding my bike in New York.
No matter the content you produce, it will be broken down and remixed by your audience into its smallest – and most durable – units of sharability.
As the Washington Post tries to create a near real-time fact checking system for political speeches, how might it work? And do we want it to?
Politico complains that Obama plays the press. Same as it ever was: Every president's played the press.
How news organizations are covering fact and fiction in the 2012 presidential campaign.
The good. The bad. The brutal. Welcome to the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Pussy Riot gets the headlines. Meantime, killings and massacres continue. Why the media covers what it covers.
"Are citizen journalists and bloggers 'real journalists'?"
Ground Report Founder and CEO Rachel Sterne talks citizen journalism and an interesting question arises: in our evolving journalism landscape, can sites such as hers serve as early warning systems to mainstream media organizations?
In less than 20 years the peer production and transparency found in Open Source is firmly entrenched in the mainstream and is affecting much more than just software.