Older adults and internet use
“As of April 2012, 53% of American adults age 65 and older use the internet or email. Though these adults are still less likely than all other age groups to use the internet, the latest data represent the first time that half of seniors are going online. After several years of very little growth among this group, these gains are significant.”
Read more: Older adults and internet use | Pew internet.
8 questions that will help define the future of journalism
With great technological change comes great opportunity, and with great opportunity comes greater responsibility. Our society’s need for credible journalistic knowledge and wisdom has never been greater. While the evolution of the web has been primarily beneficial, it also raises the bar.
8 questions that will help define the future of journalism:
1. Addressing content architecture;
2. Evolving the narrative form;
3. Creating the Reporter’s Notebook 2.0;
4. Rethinking organizational workflow;
5. Exploring computational journalism;
6. Leveraging search and social;
7. Rethinking site design;
8. Shifting to a culture of constant product innovation.
Read more: Google’s Richard Gingras: 8 questions that will help define the future of journalism