View and share quotables from Prof KRG.
Edward Snowden told student journalists that we’re living through the greatest crisis in computer security in history, and it’s there job to help the public know that.
Just because you don’t like it or don’t agree with it, doesn’t make it wrong.
A student photo editor was detained earlier this week while taking photos following a shooting on his campus. I wonder if his detention was an attempt at censorship or the police using caution.
Finding appropriate blog images is one of the most difficult, time consuming parts of blogging. Here are five places to find images for your blog posts. Hopefully they will help speed up that process.
Social media makes it simple to purport to support a cause. Should journalists participate in social media activism? Many of my students think so. What do you think?
The worst thing that happens when you make a request is that you are told “no.” When the request becomes a rights-limiting demand, it’s another issue. A sheriff’s department recently asked news media to stop tweeting an newsworthy manhunt. What do you think, should media have stopped?
The most unsavory Oscar faux pas didn’t happen at the event. See how a satirical publication created a social media crisis by making a 9-year-old the subject of its offensive joke.