Can the media sell something else? And, if they do, will they still be the media? “We buy balloons and a helium tank,” explained the editor-in-chief of the local newspaper Oktyabrsky Vestnik at a Russian media conference. “We inflate some… Read More ›
Future of journalism
Myth about rubbish content on the Internet. How filters create a customized “The Daily Me” for everyone.
Sure, in terms of how information appears on the Internet, it could be compared with a rubbish dump. Everything gets in. But far from everything circulates and finds an end-user. In reality, nobody uses rubbish. There are no restrictions on… Read More ›
“Over 6,000 years of literary civilisation, there have been perhaps 300 million authors: people capable of communicating their opinion beyond their own physical circles. Now, thanks to the Internet, in the historical blink of an eye, the number of authors… Read More ›
Who informed you about the meteorite and what did you say about the meteorite yourself? Why the free flow of information irritates the Russian blogosphere. Alexey Sinelnikov, my friend and a journalist, was on duty as an executive editor at… Read More ›
The first “Artificial Intelligence” has emerged in the technological world, made up of real people: the Viral Editor of the Internet. It is currently building a new social reality, creating an alternative form of guerrilla journalism and begetting a new… Read More ›
Cats have the force. Amusing cats are the infant school of civil activism. It is precisely via cats that the beginner media activist learns that well-chosen content provokes a reaction to personal activity way beyond their personal circle. Cats give… Read More ›
Now let’s imagine that everyone’s social network is built as inevitable realization of the probable coincidence, and that all these personal networks are interconnected and interact. What evolves is a highly fluid environment with extremely strong gravitation, where people and… Read More ›
Find a companion for whatever you wish. How the Internet makes probable coincidences inevitable ones.
In early October 2012, the mother of seven-year-old Muscovite Seva Bezrukov posted a newspaper classified ad asking the owner of a DeLorean DMC-12 to get in touch. It was precisely this car that was used in “Back to the Future”,… Read More ›
Free content, crisis of media, guerilla journalism, death of newspaper, content marketing, Russian protests and Arab Spring, social media boom, the Viral Editor, civil journalism, end of the Gutenberg era, shortening of the length of reading, FON debates, evolution of… Read More ›