Monthly Archives: May 2014

A round up of latest new media / social media research

An update from the Nieman Journalism Lab While high-level speculation continues on the future of news and information, research studies are providing a more under-the-hood look at the practices of journalists, outlets, and the digital networks in which they operate.

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Why do chinese prefer numbers over letters in their URLs? Not only to avoid translation

The preference of some Chinese sites to use numbers over letters in their domain names has something to do, as you might imagine, with the complexity of translating Chinese characters into latin characters. There is, however, a little bit more to

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Will paper books still be read in the future? Paper still has some advantages over e-ink

In the enthusiasm for digital publishing and e-ink devices, such as the Kindle, the relative advantages of using old fashioned paper books has been lost. While there is nothing magical about paper, the tangible, physical object that is a book

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