How the Internet has changed the way we write — and speak. It’s not all ALL bad.

In “Because Internet,” a linguist looks at the way online conversation is shaping all conversation. Continue reading at 'The Washington Post'

[ The Washington Post | 2019-09-13 02:02:24 UTC ]

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How the Internet has changed the way we write — and speak. It’s not all ALL bad.

In “Because Internet,” a linguist looks at the way online conversation is shaping all conversation. Continue reading at The Washington Post

[ The Washington Post | 2019-09-13 02:02:24 UTC ]
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Amazon Changed Reading. Now It Could Change Writing

Throughout its 17-year history, Amazon has helped change the way that books are sold, the format in which they’re read and how they are published. Now it could change how they’re written. In addition to the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle Paperwhite, Amazon introduced a subscription book format... Continue reading at Fast Company

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Writing History Showed Me a New Way to View Climate Change

Two new books, a U. K. paperback and a world first edition, were delivered to my door on the same day last week. I put the books side by side on the table. The first, suggestive of dark happenings in the past,  was The Lion House: The Rise of Suleyman the Magnificent. The second book’s […] Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Why Travel Writing is a Form of Memoir and How Covid Has Changed How We See the World

Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world’s leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Pico Iyer, the author of The Half Known Life: In Search... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Writing Intimate Truths and Why Memoir Is a Force That’s Changing the Culture

Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers is currently in its fourth year. We are a weekly podcast for writers craving a unique blend of inspiration and real talk about the ups and downs of the writing life. Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Pamela Paul and Cecilia Kang on the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Internet

Author and editor of the New York Times Book Review Pamela Paul and New York Times journalist Cecilia Kang join hosts Whitney Terrell and V.V. Ganeshananthan to consider how social media and search engines have changed everyday life. First, Paul provides a nostalgia tour of pre-internet life,... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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10 years of the Stella: how Australia’s women’s writing prize changed a nation’s literature

Publishers speak of the profound effect the prize has had on Australia’s book industry in the decade since its establishmentOn International Women’s Day in 2011, a group of Australian women writers and editors appeared at a literary salon and spoke about their frustration at the male-dominated... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Novelists are writing for TV more than ever. How it's changing the industry

Over the past 20 years, industry shifts have funneled more novelists into TV rooms than ever. It's salutary in many ways — beginning with health insurance. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Still a bad person after watching The Good Place? Michael Schur is writing a book for you.

Today, Simon & Schuster announced their acquisition of the first book by Michael Schur, creator of postmodern morality play and philosophical sitcom The Good Place, otherwise known as the best thing on television for a while there. How to Be Good: A Definitive Answer for Exactly What to Do,... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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How Has the Internet Changed Book Culture?

A PubTechConnect event this week posed this question and more to some of the internet's most influential young books personalities. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Why is the US news media so bad at covering climate change?

The US news media devotes startlingly little time to climate change – how can newsrooms cover it in ways that will finally resonate with their audiences?This article is excerpted from a piece published by Columbia Journalism Review and the Nation. The Guardian is partnering with CJR and the... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Digiday Research poll: Facebook’s algorithm change isn’t all bad for publishers

Digiday Research conducted an online survey to see if Facebook's news feed algorithm would help or hurt publishers. The post Digiday Research poll: Facebook’s algorithm change isn’t all bad for publishers appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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‘Game Change’ Authors Writing Book About ‘Trump the Man’ and His Campaign

Mark Halperin, left, and John Heilemann on a panel about their series on Showtime, “The Circus,” in January 2016. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Alt-writing: how the far right is changing US publishing

Rightwing writers, ranging from conservative to lunatic fringe across all genres, have long been a lucrative books market. Will the new era see it grow?He compares feminism to cancer, called transgender people “retarded” and once labelled a BuzzFeed reporter a “thick-as-pig-shit media Jew”. So... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Can Better Writing Make Climate Change Less Polarizing?

How do writers and publishers handle charged topics like climate change? Environmentalist Jamie Clarke makes a case for including more perspectives, both for the sake of book sales and the planet. The post Can Better Writing Make Climate Change Less Polarizing? appeared first on Publishing... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Facebook’s Latest News Feed Change Sounds Like Bad News for Publishers

The modified algorithm will place higher value on posts by friends, family, and colleagues — at the expense of media brands. The post Facebook’s Latest News Feed Change Sounds Like Bad News for Publishers appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Keane and Doyle to speak at London's sports writing festival

Roy Keane and Roddy Doyle will be among the big names appearing at the second London Sports Writing Festival, taking place next week at Lord's Cricket Ground.   Continue reading at The Bookseller

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One Year Later, Medium Is Changing the Way Its Writers Write and Its Readers Read

It was just more than a year ago that Ev Williams and Biz Stone created the publishing platform Medium. The Internet officially met the site in August 2012, and since then, Medium’s popularity has grown enough for even the most ske ... Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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20 Game-Changing Events That Shaped the Internet, Part 2

We continue to look at the events that made the Internet into what it is today. In this part we examine blogs, Napster, Skype, online books, Facebook, and more. Continue reading at PC World

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For Kate Morton, a Change of Perspective Changed Everything

After leaving England and returning to Australia, the best-selling author wrote a novel about a writer who left England and returned to Australia. Continue reading at The New York Times

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