Norway's local newspaper group has compleyely reshaped its business by focusing ruthlessly on reader need, as shown through analytics. Much to learn from here.
Is platform publishing a wrong turn on the way to sustainable online publishing?
The Times has relaunched its website and apps, with a focus on timed editions. Is this print thinking - or a new approach to digital thinking?
2015 is done, dust on the winds of history. But which of my posts grabbed people's attention during the year?
Some links and further reading for attendees of my news:rewired workshop
Use of metrics to inform journalism isn't "losing the craft" - it's becoming a master craftsman.
Dark traffic is on the rise - and it's down to apps and mobile. No need to panic just yet…
Buzzfeed's online quizzes are just a bit of fun, right? It's not like that data's being captured anywhere…?
Is Google+ dead? If it is, the new features announced in the last week seem like a strange use of resources…
So, is the NYT using time devoted to the homepage and section fronts well? No, as it turns out…