A journalist and critic, Haydn writes on where the web's going as well as on the impact of the digital on art and culture. He also does a bit of food writing over at TheDietCast.com.
The debate about Google, You Tube, and copyright is about the viability of the web as it has evolved in the past twelve months. It's about the economics.
One theory says the future filtering of "truth" on the web relies on our collective critical intelligence. Pity we spent twenty years dumbing down.
Online classifieds have the potential to decimate newspaper earnings but not for as long as businesses are not online.
In a week when bloggers and journalists discussed their respective trades, ten points that stood out.
A review of happenings in the web content world focuses in on the Murdoch strategy.
As senior news executives begin to blog what will it bring out into the open?
Concluding a look at how the Internet affects how we think.
Ever wondered if we were in the middle of a revolution in conciousness how you might know about it?
Rounding off the last of Haydn Shaughnessy's web content types.
Broadcasters have driven talent out; like newspapers they've ignored key areas of skills development, and now when they need to innovate they're stuck.