The Prime Minister invited editors of female-skewing websites to Christmas drinks at Kirribilli House. Women's Agenda editor Angela Priestley was happy to be part of the communications strategy.
Vietnam's pursuit of a seat in the UN is not being helped by its mistreatment of journalists and bloggers. A number have been intimidated and even jailed, writes Monash University's André Dao.
Regarding the sunny optimists, who see a future of bloggers and citizen journalists creating a benevolent web, a few come to mind, writes Martin McKenzie-Murray, a blogger and former political speech writer.
Experienced journalists are fleeing the The Washington Post -- well, accepting redundancy packages -- but the paper's inability to back its young bloggers when making mistakes online will cost its future, says Patrick Pexton.
A number of well-known UK female journalists and commentators have come forth to admit the amount of hatred and vitriol that they receive online -- particularly threats around rape and sexual violence.
Just who is and isn’t a journalist is yet to be tested in court. One day, surely, it will be and that will be very interesting indeed. Is bad journalism, such as Andrew Bolt’s recent litigated inaccuracies, still journalism. Is good blogging journalism? Interesting questions.
An US marketing company pays bloggers on major US websites to insert links to company's websites in the middle of an article -- and its clients include Dell and T-Mobile, says Hamilton Noltan.
Do you use the same password across multiple websites? Up to 200,000 people in Sweden have recently been affected by a mass hacking incident and its got reprecussions for all internet users.
Commentators who engage in the 'bloggers versus journos' debate almost always miss the point. It's not about amateur versus professional. It's about asking how we can deliver the best possible journalism in multiple mediums, writes Mr Denmore.
A group of freelancers are suing Huffington Post for compensation over past work they did for free. Online publishers -- including Crikey -- often have writers work for free. Should writers do it?