INFORM, NOT NOTIFY
A selection of articles from around the web curated around the above theme. They touch a number of issues surrounding the news and media today, as well as specific relevant news stories.
ROLF DOBELLI'S IDEAS ABOUT NOT NEEDING THE NEWS ARE DANGEROUS - by M. Bunting - The Guardian
You don't need to cut yourself off from the world in order to flourish, as Rolf Dobelli claims – it's all about healthy moderation.
OLD-MEDIA VALUES IN NEW-MEDIA VENUES - by B. Cohn - The Atlantic
“Fast, hungry, and loosely edited” doesn't cut it anymore.
LONDON TUBE STRIKE'S £200M COST 'PLUCKED OUT OF THIN AIR - by A. Rathi & W. de Freitas - The Conversation
The estimated £50m daily cost of London’s Tube strikes is based on a 2007 survey of just 315 businesses.
HOW BREAKING NEWS IS BREAKING US: THE RUSH TO REPORT PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN'S DEATH - by S. Brown - Salon
News of a celebrity's death can now spread across Twitter before the family's informed. That doesn't mean it should.
Twenty-one years after the first allegations that Woody Allen abused his adopted daughter, that incident is back in the news thanks to the director’s ex-partner, Mia Farrow, and estranged son, Ronan Farrow. But what does a closer examination reveal?
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