Lorum ipsum is the traditional Latin placeholder text, used when a designer needs a chunk of text for dummying up a layout. Journo Ipsum is like that, only using some of the most common catchphrases, buzzwords, and bon mots of the future-of-news crowd. Hit reload for a new batch. For entertainment purposes only. (More here.)
bot newspaper a giant stack of newspapers that you'll never read newspaper CPM production of innocence Pulse put the paper to bed Android a giant stack of newspapers that you'll never read tweets content is king metered model advertising media bias, algorithms Kindle Single Colbert bump free as in beer Kindle Single John Dewey Google+ Snarkmarket morgue Neil Postman analog thinking CPC Groupon. Twitter topples dictators inverted pyramid Jeff Jarvis prostate Encyclo data visualization Django church of the savvy, should isn't a business model Gutenberg Rupert Murdoch Groupon Foursquare mathewi, future of narrative copyright Arab spring morgue Kindle Single.
Nook Knight Foundation analytics Dayton for under $900 a day Gawker should isn't a business model we need a Nate Silver the other longer Book Review the medium is the massage CTR Colbert bump 5 praise erasers & how to avoid them, YouTube rubber cement This Week in Review linkbait The Weekender Jurgen Habermas fair use CPC hot news doctrine layoffs Frontline, Neil Postman vast wasteland abundance future he said she said a giant stack of newspapers that you'll never read David Cohn reporting lede 5% corruption.
AP net neutrality stream Josh Marshall hyperhyperhyperlocal Arianna WordPress discuss AP The Daily 5% corruption retweet 5 praise erasers & how to avoid them, serendipity Colbert bump Walter Cronkite died for your sins experiment semipermeable Gutenberg parenthesis YouTube tools analytics algorithms hyperlocal. Groupon open source bringing a tote bag to a knife fight content is king church of the savvy semipermeable privacy Zite collaboration Politics & Socks page, shoot a video 5 praise erasers & how to avoid them the other longer Book Review Aron Pilhofer just across the wire free as in beer RT Nick Denton AOL, tabloid analog thinking perfect for starting a campfire filters copyright people formerly known as the audience he said she said reality-based.
the power of the press belongs to the person who owns one the other longer Book Review newspaper strike TweetDeck learnings Knight News Challenge link economy Nick Denton anonymity, reality-based linkbait Rupert Murdoch Voice of San Diego right-sizing Frontline The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction Andy Carvin What Would Google Do, kitchen table of the future Groupon trolls newsonomics data journalism A.J. Liebling WordPress. content farm we need a Nate Silver try PR CPC future newsonomics kitchen table of the future Fuego recontextualize we will make them pay Facebook commons-based peer production, This Week in Review inverted pyramid Pulse Clay Shirky AP analytics layoffs Neil Postman Tim Carmody +1.
should isn't a business model people formerly known as the audience audience atomization overcome DocumentCloud ProPublica Journal Register anonymity Aron Pilhofer, experiment NPR Arab spring the audience knows more than I do link economy information wants to be free, WSJ NPR every dog loves food mathewi open source location-based. but what's the business model NYT R&D Jurgen Habermas semipermeable awesome nonprofit Knight News Challenge semipermeable cops beat Tumblr dingbat, pay curtain Ushahidi I love the Weather & Opera section scoop newspaper strike West Seattle Blog David Foster Wallace Jay Rosen media bias mthomps CNN leaves it there, location-based Encyclo lede awesome What Would Google Do future of narrative we need a Nate Silver totally blowing up on Twitter DocumentCloud.
do what you do best and link to the rest right-sizing every dog loves food people formerly known as the audience Ushahidi Project Thunderdome Frontline twitterati TBD the notion of the public Gutenberg parenthesis, Buttry syndicated gamification free as in beer shoot a photo Sulzberger Article Skimmer content is king. Zite trolls This Week in Review Buttry engagement Reuters commons-based peer production we need a Nate Silver mathewi, hackgate Tumblr AP Knight Foundation but what's the business model view from nowhere morgue Buttry analog thinking, do what you do best and link to the rest HuffPo Nick Denton experiment TBD engagement newsroom cafe.
Gannett meme Clay Shirky learnings Groupon TBD advertising What Would Google Do mthomps, plagiarism Andy Carvin cancel my subscription net neutrality hackgate anonymity Twitter topples dictators social media optimization semipermeable, RT What Would Google Do blog Frontline tablets crowdsourcing stupid commenters. the power of the press belongs to the person who owns one Foursquare nonprofit Sulzberger Gutenberg going forward information overload stream Nook, Demand Media Tim Carmody bringing a tote bag to a knife fight the power of the press belongs to the person who owns one syndicated anonymity reality-based analytics, Quora AOL CPM Buttry Encyclo CNN leaves it there CPM.
election-night hologram news.me tabloid Knight Foundation data visualization Jay Rosen analytics advertising RSS Julian Assange we will make them pay the power of the press belongs to the person who owns one, Wikipedia we need a Nate Silver synergize Clay Shirky Twitter topples dictators David Cohn tweets iPad app Julian Assange. hot news doctrine copyright abundance newsonomics newsroom cafe monetization dying location-based, Lucius Nieman rubber cement 5% corruption Lucius Nieman What Would Google Do.
Instagram Dan Fleckner Paul Steiger Storify morgue people formerly known as the audience innovation analytics, view from nowhere Patch plagiarism Knight News Challenge +1 every dog loves food crowdfunding, tablets Sulzberger plagiarism syndicated engagement got drudged. TweetDeck Groupon learnings production of innocence news.me shoot a photo Demand Media I saw it on Mediagazer Frontline DocumentCloud, linkbait syndicated Free Darko totally blowing up on Twitter try PR Colbert bump Demand Media.
election-night hologram crowdsourcing shoot a photo should isn't a business model AOL data visualization bloggers in their mother's basement horse-race coverage twitterati, bot vast wasteland experiment abundance Reuters layoffs serendipity, hackgate audience atomization overcome tags Jeff Jarvis prostate future of narrative privacy afternoon paper. rubber cement learnings in the slot anonymity gamification Fuego iPad app but what's the business model Romenesko Jeff Jarvis prostate commons-based peer production TweetDeck but what's the business model, DocumentCloud Pictures of Goats section view from nowhere right-sizing got drudged Does my "yes, but" look big in this corner office? kitchen table of the future AP Reuters David Foster Wallace.
Quora serendipity newsroom cafe AP Tumblr eHow shoot a video startups media bias Encyclo Foursquare reporting, 5% corruption free as in beer David Cohn Nook gotta grok it before you rock it people formerly known as the audience Free Darko Android newsonomics Zite. NYT R&D explainer do what you do best and link to the rest curation Dayton for under $900 a day Mozilla the medium is the message Free Darko What Would Google Do the power of the press belongs to the person who owns one hashtag, HuffPo Tumblr Knight Foundation Sulzberger trolls go viral Tim Carmody kitchen table of the future Jay Rosen future of context, if the news is that important, it'll find me tweet Robin Sloan Colbert bump Django tweet Chartbeat tablets community.
incent Instagram paidContent What Would Google Do CTR WordPress, metered model abundance totally blowing up on Twitter.