[line]I was assigned James Welch’s Winter in the Blood a little over a year ago for a class. I was in shock to have just discovered Welch, a key figure for the Native American Renaissance, in my senior year as a
[h5] The OS Wants YOU! to write journalistic / field notes type accounts of your days in Seattle, as we are unable to attend. [/h5] These could take very different approaches: On the one hand, The OS is interested in running naturally
Post #5 of my series on journalism is now up. Navigating Through Uncertainty: The Diversity Principle Innovation demands diversity, using our differences creatively. ======= Read the other posts in this series: What do we need from journalism? An expanded purpose for
This next post in my journalism series, Journalism for Navigating Uncertainty: The Possibility Principle is getting to the heart of where my work in system change and my work with journalism really overlaps! Check it out. From JTM’s Pacific Northwest
Here’s the second post in my series on what we need from journalism: An Expanded Purpose for Journalism What does a re-vitalized, economically viable journalism that meets the needs of communities and democracies look like? Read on…
After years of working with journalists through Journalism That Matters, a nonprofit that I co-founded with three career journalists, I’m finally offering my perspective on what’s possible in the emerging news and information ecosystem. Check it out: What do we
A Note on Notebooks
Andre BagooAT FIRST, I wanted to keep them separate. After all, they could not be more different. One, plain blue with the words ‘REPORTERS NOTEBOOK’ written on its thin cover. The other, a fancy Italian notebook with a hard cover that looks like brown marble; the kind of pattern you used to find on the insides of old books thrown out by the library. For a long time I walked with the reporters’ notebook on work assignments and saved the other notebook for home; for later; for after the real work of the day was done. Somehow they conspired to get together.
In truth, they were meant for each other.