Channel 4′s latest web project reinvents quotations for the Twitter age

Quotations are ubiquitous, from Facebook and Twitter to media coverage and watercooler chats. But the experience of finding a quotation online is often messy and reliant on amateurish sites that seem to rely on the same old quotes – and that’s the problem a new Channel 4 project is aiming to fix. By Jemima Kiss

Turn your Twitter stream into a people parade

Twitter visualisations come in many forms, but IS Parade is arguably the most inventive yet. By Jemima Kiss

Video: Knight Ridder tried building tablet e-reader

Knight Ridder may be gone now, but it was ahead of the curve when, 16 years ago, Roger Fidler worked on a tablet e-reader and even built a prototype. Bryan Monroe, who used to work for Knight Ridder, wonders in this Huffington Post piece whether the newspaper industry would be in such dire straights had […]

USAToday.com launches new home page, ad formats

USAToday.com has launched a new homepage design, with an improved navigation and more emphasis on visuals. The site has also launched new ad formats. Here is a video walk-through…

Support a journalist

The Online News Association is giving away free memberships for out-of-work journalists for every $75 donated through the Support a Journalist Campaign. Here’s how you can support an out-of-work journalist.