Coding. For Journalists?

Last week, the “should journalists learn to code?” question came up again. Due to work, commitments and life, I wasn’t able to make a comprehensive response at the time, other than a few Facebook comments and some retweets. Now, I will attempt to chime in on some things about this topic that are very important …

Disrupt Your Life

There are a few topics that have been on my mind lately, so I am going to break things up into two posts. I will first give you an update on what’s been going on with the general fellowship activities and how I am feeling about the whole experience. My next post will be on …

Hack the Curriculum at ONA13

Programming and Data – Hack the Curriculum Notes From Brainstorming Session October 18, 2013 ONA Atlanta At the Online News Association in Atlanta on Oct. 18, the Knight Foundation sponsored a Hack the Curriculum workshop with the goal of generating as many ideas as possible about the future of journalism curriculum. Participants included faculty, students …

Portrait of the Professor as Student

Well, I’ve been gone from Austin for more than a month now, and I am starting to get the swing of the CA lifestyle. I completed orientation, wrapping things up with a great tour of the beautiful Stanford campus and a dinner with some of the former fellows. I had my first week of classes …