New York University new media professor Clay Shirky speaking at Harvard University in September 2009.
I’m not one for posting video clips on this site, nor am I about doing so more than two months late.
But then, by
way of the Nieman Journalism Lab, I only now came across a lecture New York University new media professor and internet intellectual Clay Shirky gave to the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy back in September.
Watch video below and be reminded why Shirky — who doesn’t necessarily have any traditional line-item journalism resume builders — gets a seat at the serious discussion of where news is going.
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Got an e-mail from Harvard University yesterday:
Thank you for your application to the following position at Harvard University. Although we are unable to further your candidacy for this specific position at this time, we appreciate your interest in Harvard.
I applied Aug. 15 for
a full-time position I saw on Journalism Jobs, called the assistant editor of the Digital Journalism Project, part of the school’s Nieman Foundation.
The position appears to have been taken down from J-Jobs, so I’ll post the description here. Sounded like fun.
Continue reading Harvard University rejected me