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This year

NetNewsWire

NetNewsWire 4 is the best way to keep up with the sites and authors you read most regularly. Let NetNewsWire pull down the latest articles, and read them in a distraction-free and Mac-like way.

News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier | Media | The Guardian

News is bad for your health. It leads to fear and aggression, and hinders your creativity and ability to think deeply. The solution? Stop consuming it altogether

New York Times : les 8 leçons du mémo sévère sur le numérique | Medialand

Selon l'éditeur du site d'information économique Quartz, cité dans le rapport, il vaudrait mieux "chercher à rassembler des outils qui permettent de créer des Snow Falls tous les jours". Sont cités en exemple les quizz de Buzzfeed, format récurrent très viral quitte à devenir trop systématique.

2013

Si votre média n’investit pas plus dans le numérique, fuyez ! | Meta-media | La révolution de l'information

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"Si votre média ne réduit pas les coûts des activités du passé et n'augmente pas ses investissements dans le numérique, fuyez ! C'est qu'il est en train de mourir !". 

Pourquoi les journaux meurent-ils | Next

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Joshua Benton, ex-journaliste et directeur du Nieman Lab à Harvard, analyse les méthodes des organes de presse face la crise. Un regard sans concession.

Times Haiku

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Serendipitous Poetry from The New York TImes

Introducing A New Article Design — NYTimes.com

The New York Times is redesigning its Web site — starting with the article experience. See what’s different, and request access at the bottom of the page.

Investigating Investigative Journalism - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 01/14/13 - Video Clip | Comedy Central

Investigating Investigative Journalism John Oliver discovers that pretend news is the media world's sole remaining home for intrepid investigative journalists.

2012

Vox Media

Talented voices, passionate audiences.

MATTER

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MATTER is the new home for in-depth, independent journalism about the ideas that are shaping our future. Our stories range across the fields of technology, medicine, the environment and science, as well as the social and cultural worlds that surround these subjects. That means we'll cover everything from corporate misdeeds and untold environmental scandals to radical new scientific ideas and the people behind them.

Sports News, Scores and Fan Opinion Powered by 310 Sports Blogs

A media company driven by talent, technology, and design. We empower writers and their communities with exceptional product technology. New media is a new craft that requires a new kind of talent. So we're reinventing the media model with profitable, high-quality, innovative coverage from passionate, talented creators.

Summly | Pocket sized news for iPhone

Simple, intuitive and elegant. SUmmly redefines news for the mobile world with algorythmically generated summaries from hundred of sources.

Reuters - The Wider Image

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The Wider Image is an entirely new interactive experience from Reuters, the world's largest news agency. Get the wider story. Transform the way you see. This immersive app, created exclusively for the iPad, reimagines news photography and brings images and information to life.

à juste titre

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Il vole la béquille d’un handicapé et lui demande de la racheter pour 50€

USA Today website innovates with horizontal experience, information layers | Poynter.

USA Today introduced a new version of its website Saturday, one day after it debuted a new design in print. My overall impression: The new site does not feel like a newspaper website, it feels like a news website. It also feels a bit like an iPad app, with a horizontal experience and visual emphasis. A click feels like a finger swipe. Gannett/USA Today Director of Product Design Bill Thornton said in a tweet, “We think the key is to make the experience more app-like and have fewer hard page refreshes.” Still, the site feels like USA Today because it’s anchored by images and color. Here are five reasons the reinvention works for me.

2011

Introducing the new responsive-designed BostonGlobe.com | Filament Group, Inc., Boston, MA

The Boston Globe flipped the switch today on its accessible, progressive enhancement and responsive-design based subscription news site. As front-end development leads on the project (with Ethan Marcotte at our side), we're very honored to have been involved.

2010

6 innovative uses of Tumblr by newsrooms - 10000Words

More and more news organizations are using Tumblr to share content, with each taking a different approach to using the popular microblogging service. Some, like NPR, use Tumblr strictly to link to their own content. Others like Newsweek, use Tumblr to curate the entire Web. Here’s a look at how some news sites use Tumblr.

Qwiki

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Qwiki's goal is to forever improve the way people experience information. Whether you’re planning a vacation on the web, evaluating restaurants on your phone, or helping with homework in front of the family AppleTV, Qwiki is working to deliver information in a format that's quintessentially human – via storytelling instead of search. We are the first to turn information into an experience. We believe that just because data is stored by machines doesn’t mean it should be presented as a machine-readable list. Let's try harder.

Future Exploration Network

Newspaper Extinction Timeline When newspapers in their current form will become insignificant around the world

Preview of the new BBC News website | Media | guardian.co.uk

The BBC News website editor, Steve Herrmann, runs through the changes – new stories flagged, a shift in navigation and possible Facebook integration