The Latin expression in the title can be a handy tool for guiding how we consume news and information online. It’s pronounced kwee-bo-no. The dictionary defines it as: 1: a principle that probable responsibility for an act or event lies with one having something to gain; 2: usefulness or utility as a principle in estimating the … Continue reading “Blog: Cui Bono”
If we could leave you with just one piece of advice through our podcast and blog it’s this: Ask questions. Lots of questions. All the time. We mean that in a very practical, down-to-earth, non-paranoid sense. Be skeptical not cynical. We want you to question political leaders, businesses and the media. We want you to leave no … Continue reading “Blog: One Opening Piece of Advice”
We’re a couple of guys who have spent our careers in the journalism and communications businesses, and, to be honest, we’ve been concerned about how we and our fellow news consumers are getting the news lately. Those concerns have been growing for some time, and they’ve peaked during the presidential campaign and election. We’re awash … Continue reading “Blog: Welcome To The News User Manual”
A bit about us and our opening take on how, what and why we’re looking at the changing ways all of us are consuming news on the Internet. Plus, the realities of having to be your own news editor.