At “Blueprinting the Information Valet Economy,” summit participants came back to the question: “Who will pay?” and decided it depends upon what they are served and whether the focus is on fixing a broken system or inventing a new one. After observing and blogging about the three-day event Dec. 3-5 at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, graduate student Emily Sussman wrote afterthoughts, and turned to fellow students for reaction. She found them fuzzy about the InfoValet idea. In the next month, we’ll work to clear up the fuzziness as we write a development plan for the InfoValet Service.
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- The Future of News: An unwalled garden where the network members –- not the network -– make money?
- Interviewees for “Persona to Payment” who expressed willingness to consider participating in Information Trust Exchange steering committee
- Key points about launching the Information Trust Exchange for publishers
- Gore: In search of a business model for sustaining journalism
- LINK: Soros’ Open Society paper asserts privacy is the dominant issue for online media industry
- Report: News orgs must help users with identity, privacy; consider non-profit collaboration to share tech, users, content
- Response to Gillmor: With Facebook and Google+ now dueling for your ‘persona’ — is it time for the Information Trust Exchange?
- With Facebook and Google-Plus now dueling for your ‘persona’ — is it time for the Information Trust Association?
- Web would benefit from indentity service not ‘owned by a single company’ says Google chairman
- About Bill Densmore
- Gina Chen’s SaveTheMedia.com
- John Thorton’s Insomniactive
- Journalism That Matters
- Maroon Ventures
- Matt Thompson’s “Newsless” project
- New England News Forum
- News After Newspapers
- Rejorno.com — Jane Stevens
- The Media Giraffe Project
- TWITTER STREAM
- Twitter tag #infovalet
- What is YaYa?