Tag Archives: first journalist

Digital Deliverance

By | July 30, 2007

Last Friday’s Asian WSJ, and the online edition (subscription only, I’m afraid), published a feature I’d been working on for a while: The digital divide. I focused on Newmont’s mine in Sumbawa, in eastern Indonesia, and the company’s limited success in introducing e-business to the locals: Newmont’s supply-system project is typical of many around Asia — by the private… Read More »

News: Journalist Blogs, Gets Fired

By | September 24, 2003

 And more on the growing pains of technology and journalism from Poynter: “[name removed at request of journalist] a Chinese journalist who worked for the Bloomberg news service, was fired because of statements made on his personal Weblog. [name removed] is not the first journalist to experience troubles because of his personal Web site. A long-time writer at… Read More »