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CyberJournalist.net is the premier news and resource site about how the digital technology is transforming the media.

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CyberJournalist.net is published by Jonathan Dube, an award-winning digital media executive who founded the site in 2000. Dube is the former SVP & GM of AOL News & Information and Past President of the Online News Association.

No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.

Robin Williams as John Keating in “Dead Poets Society” (via usatoday)

Posted on Tuesday, August 12th 2014

Reblogged from USA TODAY

Did you know Tumblr refers more average video starts than YouTube, Twitter and Reddit?
This is according to Adobe’s Q4 2013 Video Benchmark report, which also says Tumblr is producing nearly identical video view rates as Facebook, with over 1/3rd of referred visits producing a video start.
Another interesting tidbit: 56% of visits referred from Tumblr to sports-related websites resulted in a video view.
(via reelseo.com)

Did you know Tumblr refers more average video starts than YouTube, Twitter and Reddit?

This is according to Adobe’s Q4 2013 Video Benchmark report, which also says Tumblr is producing nearly identical video view rates as Facebook, with over 1/3rd of referred visits producing a video start.

Another interesting tidbit: 56% of visits referred from Tumblr to sports-related websites resulted in a video view.

(via reelseo.com)

Posted on Tuesday, August 12th 2014

The paradox of social media is that it offers a channel through which to communicate yourself while the technology itself shapes and limits what is communicated, and how. All these people, each of them tweeting a tiny Whitmanesque song of himself, are largely indistinguishable.

Mark O’Connell on Cory Arcangel’s new book, “Working on My Novel,” and why novelists tweet about their writing: http://nyr.kr/1sF4avK (via newyorker)

Posted on Monday, August 11th 2014

Reblogged from The New Yorker

futurist-foresight:

LG to make these flexible OLED TVs by 2017.

Not content with making the world’s biggest bendy OLED telly, LG has thrown a different curve entirely with its roll-up OLED display. The 18-inch flexible panel has a 1280 x 810 resolution and uses a film of high-performance plastic called polyimide to give it its flexibility. (via The Register)

futurist-foresight:

LG to make these flexible OLED TVs by 2017.

Not content with making the world’s biggest bendy OLED telly, LG has thrown a different curve entirely with its roll-up OLED display. The 18-inch flexible panel has a 1280 x 810 resolution and uses a film of high-performance plastic called polyimide to give it its flexibility. (via The Register)

Posted on Friday, August 8th 2014

Reblogged from Applied Technotopia

Check out how Vice News got unprecedented access to the Islamic state, and the first video of a new, five-part Vice News documentary, “The Islamic State,” in which journalist Medyan Dairieh reports openly in Raqqa, riding alongside a militant who reminds passersby about upholding Sharia law. Dairieh speaks with young boys about their dreams of fighting for the caliphate, and with a Syrian man imprisoned for selling alcohol who claims to have since found his faith. Vice received unprecedented access for the documentary

Posted on Friday, August 8th 2014