?JavaScript journalism?… a Journalism roundup…

Arguing for a new genre: ?JavaScript journalism? Ray Daly of The Washington Post has been writing JavaScript since the 1990s. In May, hespoke at JSConf about ?JavaScript journalism? ? the idea that just as it took some time for photojournalism to be respected as a distinct field, it?s now proper to define JavaScript journalism as its own thing, a … Read more

In the mean time, Anonymous takes on the offensive against FBI

Anonymous Unleashes Coordinated Attack Against Governments, Law Enforcement from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick Anonymous is on the move. The hacker group has claimed credit for coordinated attacks and leaks against the U.S. government and international law enforcement agencies Friday. According to Twitter accounts associated with the group of ?hacktivists,? more activity can be expected throughout … Read more

[if nothing else] “Arab spring invigorates newspapers and journalism … says Editors Weblog… A Journalism roundup…

Arab spring invigorates newspapers and journalism in the region from Editors Weblog – all postings by Florence Pichon In a region where authoritarian regimes get the final say, citizens and journalists seized an opportunity to stand up to repressive governments last spring. People took cell phone videos and Tweeted about protests, and journalists followed their … Read more

Wikileaks looking for new media partners… a journalism roundup

WikiLeaks looks for more partners while news organisations start to consider in-house submissions? from Editors Weblog – all postings by Emma Heald While WikiLeaks is apparently looking to enlist the help of 60 news organisations around the world to cover the secret US diplomatic memos, New York Times executive editor Bill Keller has written a … Read more