TORONTO, Aug. 25 /CNW/ -
IN THE NEWS: http://www.j-source.ca/english_new/category.php?catid=4
**On profiling a serial killer
**Postmedia hires Metroland's Alvin
**Hello! Canada gets new EIC
**What a magazine can do
that an iPad can't
**Will Harper move against the CRTC on Sun TV?
overleveraged, bromance now in dictionary
**Weatherman appointed a
Colonel of Air Force academy
**North Saskatchewan radio gets
**Times Colonist wins Justicia Award
to discuss war logs: WikiLeaks
**Why Rogers stole Pelley from CTV
Keith Pelley named president of Rogers Media
**In defence of
**"Nothing changes,": CBC memo
approaching for literacy fellowship
Why we don't cover Pakistan
With 17 million people now
homeless - and a looming food crisis - the floods in Pakistan is an
important international story. Why isn't it being treated like one?
Claude Adams reports.
How is the Internet
changing the way you think?
Every year for the past 13 years, John
Brockman, founder of online publication Edge, poses a question to a
diverse group of movers and shakers. In an essay for Neiman Reports -
Harvard's annual exploration of journalism - Brockman explains what
makes a good question and gives some of the responses to this year's
question: "How is the Internet changing the way you think?"
Traditional media are scrambling to
create online communities. A report on who's doing it right - and who's
doing it wrong. This week we feature Rodney Barnes' story from the
spring issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.
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