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Meet Digital Detective Wayne Burrows

Regaining consciousness was hard. Doing it while being sucker punched was even worse. “Wake up!” Tiny Bighouse slapped my face for good measure. Then someone threw water on me. Really, I prefer my baths alone. I forced my eyes open enough to see an expensive black dinner jacket over a white tuxedo shirt. The [...]

Meet Digital Detective Caroline Briggs

Grief is a tough pill to swallow, especially when the dead person was young, famous, and loved. Now and then, there’s someone who wants to fight it. Normally, I send the shell-shocked relative home with my sympathies and advice to spend their money on a psych instead of a PI, but my rent was [...]

Making Search Work For You

By: Ken Boyer, NewsEdge Editor When I’m searching for content using an online search platform, I often start by throwing a net around a much bigger group of articles that I’m sure will include my target, then I narrow that group down by a process of elimination until I’ve found what I’m after. Whether [...]

2018-08-29T20:18:29+00:00August 29th, 2018|Blog: Content, Blog: Content as a Service|

NewsEdge Combats the Stress of Over-Information

By: Karina Fabian, Marketing Communications Specialist “Journalists in modern newsrooms risk succumbing to ‘anxiety and exhaustion’ because of the need to monitor the ‘seemingly endless sources of potential sources’ now available to them,” says John Crowley in an article in journalism.co.uk. Crowley was paraphrasing Sally Warren, a journalist-turned-psychotherapist and one of several people he’d [...]

2018-08-20T13:43:37+00:00August 20th, 2018|Blog: Content as a Service, Blogs|

Content may be king, but the platform remains a democracy – Part 2

By: Peter Marsh, Vice President of Marketing Part 2: Digital Platforms Flash forward to the web The rules changed again around the turn of the century with the advent of web content management technology. Companies like Vignette, Interwoven, Polopoly, Ektron and others developed proprietary systems that enabled publishers to manage the presentation and delivery of [...]

Content may be king, but the platform remains a democracy

By: Peter Marsh, Vice President of Marketing Part 1: Print Platforms A long time ago, while Betamax battled VHS for videotape supremacy, another war broke out among suppliers of content management systems for publishers. Back then, we didn't even call them content management systems. Integrating text and graphics was still a pipe-dream for most in [...]

2018-07-24T19:45:18+00:00July 24th, 2018|Blog: Content, Blog: Content as a Service, Blogs|