Obviously, I’m not talking about me.Â I’m talking about Newscoma, who normally writes more before 9 am than I get to read all day.Â How lucky am I to get to work on a new project with someone like that?
There’s a lot of buzz in the blogosphere right now about the demise of newspapers and changes in the media.Â This “citizen journalism” thing seems to be a little more than just a fad.Â It’s leaving a lot of journalists with some choices to make, and it’s a tough row to hoe for some to learn new technology.
So we’re developing a resource to help them along the way, answer questions, and discuss the changes that are occurring in media right before our eyes.Â We were even able to persuade Michael Silence to write our first featured article.
NewsTechZilla is where tech (me) and journalism (Newscoma) collide, duke it out, shake hands, exchange barbs, and hug it out for the good of all.
Actually, there’s good stuff theree for everybody, not just journalists.
We just decided to do this a couple of weeks ago, and we’ve been working like mad over the holidays to generate content, work on our site layout, get our feeds up, fix the things I break, etc. and “officially” launch today.Â Go over, check it out, SUBSCRIBE (it’s free) and jump into the fray.