American Journalism Review highlighted my “social journalism manifesto” in their round up of news about the media. http://ajr.org/2014/04/03/ajr-news-wrap-end-derp-gawker-swearing-new-york-times/
A nice pop in recognition for my social journalism analysis. A really nice piece.
I’m pleased http://observer.com/2014/03/why-michael-wolff-is-wrong/ is getting a good response in some quarters. Romenesko.com also included the column in their roundup. And I’ve been invited in to talk to execs at a couple traditional media brands, which is encouraging.
Here are the tags, which give you a pretty good idea of the piece: Michael Wolff, Business Insider, New York Observer, Social Journalism, Forbes, Fast Company, Platforms, Old Media, New Media For more, go to: http://bit.ly/OAXj6J
I had been on a tear with Quora, with one blog post alone generating 5,000+ reads. (About my youthful misadventures as a NY Times clerk.)
Google responded by placing my Quora “About Ed” page on the first page of “Ed Sussman” search results. Then, for reasons I don’t understand, Quora dropped to page two, then disappeared entirely. Not anywhere. Even when I search the exact URL on Google, it doesn’t show up. The “About” page has been banished from search. I’ve broken some invisible Google rule.
The only thing that occurs to me is that when Slate re-ran the popular Times answer on their site, Google punished the repetition. In any case, here’s the link – maybe it will re-appear on day.
Here it is: http://www.youtube.com/user/jazzguy33333
Still got to love Youtube
Updated my profile: https://foursquare.com/user/5078235I like it a lot better as a search tool than a check in tool.