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Nieman Journalism Lab
Pushing to the future of journalism — A project of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard

@niemanlab archives: December 2011

31
Dec
The 20 most popular @NiemanLab posts of 2011 http://t.co/Khe5nIlu 
 
.@ClaraJeffery: What nonprofit news orgs are betting on for 2012 http://t.co/P1jInN2M 
 
30
Dec
Will 2012 be the year social media finally becomes boring? http://t.co/ulRg2DFi 
 
.@clarajeffery: What nonprofit news orgs are betting on for 2012 http://t.co/P1jInN2M 
 
.@jny: In 2012, we’ll recognize all over again the value of catering to the writer http://t.co/TTS3VCjI 
 
.@hermida: 2012 will be the year social media becomes boring (and that’s a good thing) http://t.co/ulRg2DFi 
 
28
Dec
From truth goggles to magic mirrors, here are the 20 most popular @niemanlab posts of 2011 http://t.co/Khe5nIlu 
 
24
Dec
Amy Webb: Big data, mobile payments, and identity authentication will be big in 2012 http://t.co/8XgtP0my 
 
23
Dec
Burt Herman: In the coming year, social media journalists will #Occupythenews http://t.co/p6BamuW0 
 
Tim Carmody: Next year, Kindles, iPhones, and tablets will truly grow up http://t.co/Q4xH01dZ 
 
Rex Sorgatz: LA is the future (kill me now) http://t.co/6F3pzmgc 
 
Vadim Lavrusik: Curation and amplification will become much more sophisticated in 2012 http://t.co/1EelLeCB 
 
Steve Buttry: From a dropped paywall to a social media Pulitzer, expect a year of transformation http://t.co/8oznMpbK 
 
Paul Bradshaw: Collaboration! Data! 2012 will see news outlets turning talk into action http://t.co/y1r87gOG 
 
Kred Kurrency, Billionaire Bingo, The Socializer: They’re not on your iPhone, but @kdoctor says watch in 2012 http://t.co/9lYFeZuu 
 
Dan Kennedy: 2012 will bring “the great retrenchment” among newspaper publishers http://t.co/Bk5iU5AJ 
 
Fact-checking the fact checkers and rounding up the roundups: It’s This Week in Review, your future-of-news wrapup http://t.co/kQQrDYWW 
 
Emily Bell: 2012 will be a year of expanded “network sensibility” http://t.co/uZyNTR95 
 
Gina Masullo Chen: Next year, personalization platforms will bring us more choices, not fewer http://t.co/m7YANZ9h 
 
Robert Hernandez: For journalism’s future, the killer app is credibility http://t.co/VHfgCQ0a 
 
Dan Gillmor: 2012 will be the year of the content-controller oligopoly http://t.co/vNUYdSdl 
 
22
Dec
Martin Langeveld: A look back at my 2011 predictions, along with a fresh batch for 2012 http://t.co/io6wZ2E7 
 
Carrie Brown Smith: The social media bubble may burst, and more predictions for 2012 http://t.co/n2swhzS9 
 
Dave Winer: We need to improve tech criticism. Here’s how. http://t.co/LQivcW9Y 
 
Nicholas Carr: 2012 will bring the appification of media http://t.co/BOoVas2D 
 
What might 2012 bring for the future of journalism? http://t.co/AK2l5vAB 
 
 
2012 in tech trends, forecast by @webbmedia http://t.co/8XgtP0my 
 
21
Dec
.@ginamchen: The future will be personalized…and that’s a good thing. http://t.co/m7YANZ9h 
 
.@tcarmody: In 2012, we’re due for a great leap forward in mobile reading http://t.co/Q4xH01dZ 
 
L.A. is the future (kill me now) http://t.co/6F3pzmgc — 2012 predictions from @fimoculous 
 
The year is 2012. Amazon conquers, Patch dies, and a Facebook-only outlet is born. http://t.co/TpkVF1WG 
 
Curation and amplification will become much more sophisticated in 2012, predicts @lavrusik http://t.co/1EelLeCB 
 
2012 predictions from @stevebuttry: Expect a year of transformation http://t.co/8oznMpbK 
 
Paul Bradshaw: Collaboration! Data! 2012 will see news outlets turning talk into action http://t.co/y1r87gOG 
 
RT @verge: Kindle for iOS update brings magazines, newspapers, textbooks to iPad http://t.co/BGXClAU7 
 
MT @dankennedy_nu: My @NiemanLab prediction: 2012 will be the year of “the great retrenchment” among newspapers http://t.co/EB0y5bCO 
 
2012 will bring “the great retrenchment” among newspaper publishers, says @dankennedy_nu http://t.co/Bk5iU5AJ 
 
A 2012 prediction from @emilybell: It will be a year of expanded “network sensibility” http://t.co/uZyNTR95 
 
20
Dec
“We are moving rapidly from an era of an oligopoly of content providers to an oligopoly of content controllers” http://t.co/vNUYdSdl 
 
The year in YouTube http://t.co/85ThVWPC 
 
The latest “Why’s this so good?” on @niemanstory: elevators, panic attacks & writing trauma http://t.co/Q3BIagqh 
 
+1 RT @lheron: During vacation, I realized it might be time for an “out of office” auto-message for Twitter/Facebook, not just email, yes? 
 
RT @dangillmor: My whither-journalism-in-2012 piece at Nieman Lab describes pernicious corp/govt choke points: http://t.co/ucOsg1r7 
 
RT @webjournalist: Wrote this for @NiemanLab For journalism’s future, the killer app is credibility http://t.co/kCCozlYB 
 
.@webjournalist: Journalism’s killer app is credibility http://t.co/d8rJHfTE [Corrected handle, with many apologies!] 
 
.@koci: Journalism’s killer app is credibility http://t.co/d8rJHfTE 
 
.@dangillmor: 6 threats to the free flow of information on the web http://t.co/vNUYdSdl 
 
“…a very brief wild west phase until a handful of companies get rich enough to lawyer up…” http://t.co/pDj4RSrR 
 
@ErikWemple @nickbaumann Thanks!