For someone who reads a lot of blogs, I’m pretty bad at blogging: Catching up on 2018

Catching up on another ill-fated pledge to keep this thing more up-to-date…

Recapping what has been a busy year, one filled with the usual mix of things … some interesting guest lecture-type gigs, a few conferences, a set of ‘lecture tours’ at the World Press Photo exhibition in town, a new research project last Spring bringing together interviews and participant research … here’s the recap of 2018 in terms of research publications and output.

Overall and going forward, I keep trying to explore the things that intrigue me about digital journalism and, in particular, examining what is happening on the edges of the journalistic field. This is something that continues to fascinate me, makes the work interesting, and which continues to present interesting challenges. In the year ahead, I hope to grapple with a few of these particular challenges more thoroughly (I am particularly interested in considering what gaps I’m stepping over, and where ideas I’ve started to explore – or notions I’ve introduced – could be developed more fully, and to start revisiting some of the incremental conclusions I’ve posited in the past few years).

On my way towards doing so, here’s what I’ve been up to…

Continue reading “For someone who reads a lot of blogs, I’m pretty bad at blogging: Catching up on 2018”

Advertisements