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Jeff Jarvis

  • Blogs

    August 13, 2013

    Incredibly, "Old Media" Thinking Still Exists

    Usually, when you see "new media" people criticizing "old media" people, it's as banal and silly as it sounds. The "new media" people -- Jeff Jarvis, just to name one -- actually sound more throwbacky and clueless than the "old media" people once did when they were calling the Internet a passing fad ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 24, 2012

    The Internet Kills Babies

    This is the most ridiculous thing I have read in the past week. Given that I've been reading a lot about Congress and Mitt Romney, that's really saying something. The argument, by Andrew Keen, basically (and despite Keen's ass-covering caveats) blames the Internet for Anders Behring Breivik's murder ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 6, 2011

    Michael Arrington's Rhetorical Jiu Jitsu

    ​ The defense that Michael Arrington and TechCrunch have mounted against charges that the tech-news site has violated ethical norms comes down to: "Trust me." But of course, that won't cut it. As with laws, ethics rules exist because people can't be trusted to always police themselves. Even if m ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 14, 2010

    Bay Citizen Wants To Publish Your Content -- For 25 Bucks

    There you go, pal! Now the Bay Citizen would like to publish your work.​The Warren Hellman-funded Bay Citizen will feature content from local news organizations on its website -- and they're planning to pay $25 per article, plus "partnership" perks. This is not for freelance reporting, but for pri ... More >>

  • Culture

    February 18, 2009

    Upcoming Lit Events

    Michael Chabon talks to Richard Price. Plus: Jeff Jarvis, Peter Singer, Tim Wise, and Tobias Wolff

  • News

    November 30, 2005

    Craig$list.com

    The much-loved Web site is taking millions from Bay Area newspapers and causing layoffs that adversely affect coverage. And its founder's well-intentioned support of citizen journalism has a slim chance of fixing the problem.

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