Nonprofit journalism startups’ executive pay: How much is too much?

Bay Area News Project’s CEO Lisa Frazier has a $400,000 salary, which reminds me of the news and criticisms about Paul Steiger getting $570,000 to run ProPublica. This begs the question: how much is too much in the pay of top execs at nonprofit journalism startups. A lot of the defense for such high pay […]


Why the Tablet won’t save the print industry

Update: My friend and colleague Shane Snow has a funny comic on this same topic. Over the course of the last several weeks, I have seen several articles calling Apple’s Tablet the “savior” of print media and similar prophetic names. However, I am still somewhat skeptical that the Tablet will have a substantial difference in […]


Create your own newspaper (err aggregator) using NewsCred

After two years, NewsCred relaunched its website today to give users the ability to create their own customized newspaper – without the paper. Basically, the site allows users to create their own edition by aggregating news, images, search for key terms, and videos. It’s another tool for personalized news, putting it in a easy-to-read fashion, […]


Why Facebook’s Privacy Changes are Detrimental to Users

Excerpt from a Mashable post that ran today: Though Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says that public is the new “social norm,” many members who use the social network for professional and business reasons have lost the ability to conduct certain actions privately as a result of changes made to the settings. And despite this being […]