100 Ideas, Arguments and Illustrations for Open Journalism
"A Wired City Versus a Hurricane,"resources that prepared NYC, by Mark Belinsky
Media Bastille blog post on "Fortress Journalism vs. Networked Journalism"
@NickKristof's fan advice on journalists and social media (Storify via @lizheron)
#wjchat: Wide-open weekly knowledge sharing
A 1999 Jane's Intelligence Review experiment asking Slashdot members to review an unpublished story
Amy Gahran's 2010 post on who fills news needs if journalists and news orgs don't
Andy Carvin's live-time Twitter aggregation on big news (Poynter article)
Atlantic Wire's OpenWire for reader interaction on developing news
Bill Mitchell on a "user-first" approach to news
California Common Sense data and engagement portal
California Watch's "Open Newsroom" days inviting people to talk with journalists
Center for Investigative Reporting's Robert Rosenthal TED talk on his journey to collaboration
Chicago study: What's missing and can help in linking among news sites in a community
Clay Shirky TED talk: "How Cognitive Surplus will Change the World"
Clay Shirky: "Why We Need the New News Environment to Be Chaotic"
Collaborative building of data-driven journalism handbook at Mozilla Festiva '11
Curation, aggregation and the new news process from Mathew Ingram
DailyCal editor on how journalism has failed and how it can regain relevance
Dan Gillmor's ongoing work including ideas for content creators in Mediaactive and the 2004 book"We the Media"
David Brooks shares readers' "life reports"
Developer/hacker/tools blogs and pages: Examples from Chicago Tribune, NYT, ProPublica
DocumentCloud tools for searching, analyzing, annotating and publishing
Duke computational journalism article on benefits of joining work of journalists and computer scientists
Duke University's "Reporter's Lab" for open-source investigative tools
Enhancing community engagement from London News:Rewired '11
Eric Newton on Robert Maynard pioneering open practices
Front Porch Forum neighborhood forums site
Geneva Overholser's 2010 "Manifesto for Change" update outlining role of university journalism programs
Get help, give help on data/programming for journalism: NICAR-L
Getting "about us" right: Charlottesville Tomorrow
Hacker culture creating journalism resources
Honolulu Civil Beat's ongoing, adaptive efforts at reader conversation
How to: Facebook for crowdsourcing, by Vadim Lavrusik
How to: Steve Buttry's WordPress blog
How-to: BBC College of Journalism processes for verifying social media content
How-to: For journalists who want to understand APIs
How-to: Increase credibility and engagement with online audiences, Poynter piece on Doreen Marchionni
How-to: JRC's Ben Franklin Project on free and open tools
How-to: Managing reader comments as a journalist
How-to: Use APIs from web/social platforms to find data, ideas
How-to: Use Poynter's how-to's
How-to: Using Spot.us to fund a database story
Indianapolis Star "My Assignment" hashtag
Investigative Reporters and Editors: amazing resources for $70/year
J-Lab's "Rules of the Road: Navigating the new ethics of local journalism"
Jay Rosen's PressThink blog: Selected posts "No One Owns Journalism", "The People Formerly Known as the Audience" and "Progress in Pro-Am Journalism"
JC Stearns: "A Systems Approach for Remaking Journalism"
Jeff Jarvis' BuzzMachine blog and three posts: "But Is it Journalism (Damnit)", "New rule: Cover what you do best. Link to the rest." and "Networked Journalism"
Journal Register CEO John Paton's Digital First blog
Joy Mayer's "practical conversation" for newsroom engagement efforts
Joy Mayer's engagement slide show
Knight Foundation's Community Information Toolkit on Vimeo
Sidebar:Knight-Mozilla "Mojo" News Technology Partnership
Knight-Mozilla "Mojo" Learning Lab at Mozilla's P2PU (peer to peer)
KQED's "Dear Mayor" project gathers SF residents' wishes for next mayor
Launch of Philadelphia digital media incubator
Leonard Witt's "Framework to enable an open-source reinvention of journalism"
Marcellus Shale "Pipeline" site on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette with local partners
Measuring the success of audience engagement efforts, from RJI
Michael Skoler in 2008 on need for journalism culture change, on Vimeo
MIT-led Sourcemap's open tools that let users build maps showing product sources and supply chains
Nieman Reports summer issue on community connection
Nikki Usher and Seth C. Lewis on hacker/maker culture and journalism
NYT City Room and NYC participatory "Bird Week" coverage
NYT invites fans to help review club shows on Twitter
Open API and data on Omaha World-Herald real estate site Curbwise.com
Open Knowledge Foundation blog with many inspirations for collaborative work
Open-source for news technology: Bangor Daily News
PANDA project for making news data easier
Maynard Institute's Open Newspaper Workbook
Reinventing journalism worldwide: IPI report edited by Poynter's Bill Mitchell and Julie Moos
Report: "Leveraging a 'teaching hospital' model for university journalism"
Report: Michael R. Fancher's paper "Re-Imagining Journalism: Local News for a Networked World"
Report: Sandra Mims Rowe's Shorenstein paper on investigative collaboration
Report: The Federal Communication Commission's 2011 analysis of local news needs
Reynolds Journalism Institute's Engagement resources
RJI survey of top daily newspaper editors on social media
Software's Open-Source Initiative
Sree Streenivasan's social media guide and awesome tip sheets
St. Louis Beacon's barroom outreach
Stanford D-School "Use Our Methods"
Storytelling with curation, free and open source tools
The Aspen Institute and Knight Foundation web site "Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy"
The Donald W. Reynolds Institute's OpenMissouri.org
The Guardian's "open" push and the thinking behind it: Alan Rusbridger's 2010 lecture "Does Journalism Exist?"
The Knight News Challenge as innovation stimulant
The Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
Tim McGuire speech arguing for a changed journalism mindset
Tools: Quora on engagement
Tools: Twitter for Newsrooms
Torrington, Conn., Open Newsroom Project
User experience/ information architect Martin Belam on content strategy and open APIs
Ushahidi free and open source tools for collecting and making sense of information
Washington News Council's transparency pledge
Washington Post "Ask the Post"
Watershed Post's pro-am storm/ aftermath coverage
West Seattle blog demonstrates "comments are content"
Sidebar: Public Insight Network at SCPR