What happens in Las Vegas will be told with Evrybit.
The best way to predict the future of news is invent it. Ask the 2015 John S. Knight Journalism Fellows at Stanford University.
Think and do. That is what happens at the Annenberg Innovation Lab in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California.
Editor’s note: Please excuse our writing hiatus. We have been searching for the Yeti since our last blog post on Christmas Eve 2013. We didn’t find him, but we learned […]
We are going to begin having Q&As with people who have interesting things to say about journalism. Our first conversation is with Simone Collins, the founder of Gigaverse.
Changing the world isn’t a one-person job.
I am taking a Management Science and Engineering class at Stanford called Technology Venture Formation — MS&E 273. We are learning the process of entrepreneurship by doing.
Journalism faces a challenge.
Are you a programmer? Do you dream in code? Do you want to change the world?
Do you have a mobile phone? So do most of the 7.1 billion people in the world. And the number is growing.
Being humbled can make a person hungrier. That’s what happened to me.