To hear journalist Nick Cohen speak about censorship in an age of apparent digital freedoms. Note taken below in about an hour using pencil. And yes reader, I did also buy his book.
Anyone who works in the digital economy knows what an enormous change the instant distribution of data has meant for business. And no more so than when your key skill is the provision of intellectual property or, more simply, ideas. Drawnalism have long been interested in this area and so Matt enjoyed a recent chance […]
Some speedy digital character reportage from the Leveson Inquiry into the Culture, Practice and Ethics of the Press, Drawn 6th February 2012 on a, er, telephone. No drawing took longer than 10 minutes and clearly the responsiveness of the Samsung Galaxy Note which I was reviewing is pretty impressive.
NewsRewired – the event for those interested in making the news – had some breaking stuff all of its own last week. During his panel session in front of more than 100 delegates, Greg Hadfield, one of the UK’s more conspicuously successful journalists and business people announced a change of job. He explained his move […]
Drawnalism.com reported Birmingham’s Hello Digital event on October 21st. During a packed day of feature and fringe events at Millennium Point in the centre of the city we produced more than 50 instant digital drawings of the day’s exhibitors, formal speakers and active participants. You can see all of the results at our instant galleries […]