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Hello world

Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country. This is the dawning of the age of Aquarius. Blah blah bla blah. This is another little idea.

Start your own river, now!

Previously: “Rivers make news organizations more efficient at gathering news.” Which begs an obvious question — How? You can experience a river by reading someone else’s. Here’s one that covers a development community. Every time there’s a new source, a new tributary, we add it to the river. So in case you might not be […]

Journalism and Rivers

A river of news is a kind of RSS aggregator that flows news stories through a page, newest first, at a high rate. It’s a quick way for anyone to follow news from a large number of sources, but it’s especially important for journalists, who must be immediately aware of news as it’s happening. Rivers […]

Welcome to my NYU blog!

I’ve been at NYU for 1.5 years, and it just hit me — I don’t have a blog here. So I got with Tim Libert, our friendly J-school web developer, and asked him to set me up with one. He very kindly did so, and now you’re reading it. Why? Earlier this year I wrote […]