I offer an occasional column like this as a reminder that, while content may be everywhere these days, the kind of journalism we do here is different, often more cumbersome and difficult to execute, or at the very least more in the know and edgier than what you get from aggregators.
MY FACEBOOK FEED IS A MUCH DIRTIER DUMPSTER THAN IT WAS JUST TWO WEEKS AGO
I was hardly alone in complaining. Countless critics from the journalism space have spoken out about the devastating impact this abusive relationship has had on both newsmakers and readers, particularly since Facebook spent a lot of time last year explaining how it hoped to help the public cut through bullshit and fake news.
EVERY TRICK ON THE BOOK
In the meantime, we’ll still be quarreling with other alt and independent crabs in Facebook’s barrel, hoping articles that we work tirelessly on find readers. When you see us down there scrapping, it would be great if you’d extend a sharing hand.
TIME TO BINJ: INTRODUCING THE BOSTON INSTITUTE FOR NONPROFIT JOURNALISM
We are not establishing from scratch or staffing yet another mill to feed the hourly news cycle and rat race.