What counts more for Web-era writers of news or opinion? Coming up with snappy, credible, well-researched articles? Or improving dialogues
With so many local libraries facing cutbacks, the case for a well-stocked national digital library system grows stronger each day.
DRMed library e-books—at least ePub and PDF ones from the OverDrive service for public libraries—are now readable on the iPad,
Roy Tennant, a digital library maven, Library Journal columnist and OCLC program officer, has just posted Dueling National Digital Library
On the Atlantic site this morning, you’ll see my call for a well-stocked national digital library system, along with comments
More and more localities are turning to the iPad as a paperwork-reducer, says USA Today. And that’s new ammo for
My thoughts on hyperlocal news—prompted by the forthcoming launch of TBD, the Web and TV combo for the D.C. area—have
Related: Media critic James Fallows and Google News’ Josh Cohen will discuss digital-era journalism tomorrow, Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m., in