We discuss the 2012 Online News Association conference, the best digital journalism conference around.
Jeremy is a fan, and the conference is focused on building the future. Sounds like a good conference to me.
We also talk extensively about thinking visually, which leads us into a discussion about Jeremy’s class project to get his students to take photos every day to teach them to think more visually. How can we get more people to think visually? Talking a photo and publishing it every day is a good start.
This discussion naturally brings up Instagram, YouTube and other visual social networks. Is there room for a new video social network that is, well, more social?
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