Fast bytes

19 May

I’ve been lucky enough to have two pieces published this month:

A feature on women’s soccer in South Africa for Women’s eNews:

South Africa’s Women Soccer Readies for Fall Games

And an opinion piece on the level of digital media participation by people in developing countries with limited Internet access or expensive bandwidth, kindly hosted by my boss, Dean Wright, at his Reuters.com blog Full Disclosure.

Local takes on a global media revolution

It’s been a year since I graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism – it’s sad to me how fast time goes, but my spirits are lifted by the truly incredible work of this year’s graduates, including this touching multimedia project on cochlear implants for young deaf or hard-of-hearing children.

Some of my favourite digital media pieces for the week include Poynter’s fantastic graphic on “200 Moments that Transformed Journalism, 2000-2009.” Read more about the development of the graphic here.

More soon, those are my fast bytes for the week!

Jax

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