The Guardian is an excellent newspaper that’s trying many innovations. One impetus for its risk-taking might be that the organization will run out of money if losses continue at their current pace.
Here is a ‘Storified’ collection of tweets from Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger setting out operating principles for the practice of “open journalism.”
The Guardian newsroom is trying to turn the journalistic model on its head, allowing its audience to help contribute to the production of news stories.
One of those bitchily amusing Brits at the Guardian took irony a little far. And as a result, Charlie Brooker is apologizing for asking where the presidential assassins of yesteryear are today. Here’s what the Guardian posted on Sunday: The final sentence of a column in The Guide on Saturday caused offence to some readers. [...]