Journalists' attitudes toward computers evolves

02/7/2013 | Columbia Journalism Review online

Journalists have evolved from being tech skeptics in recent years. Now some are only reluctantly accepting of new tech, but others are genuinely enthusiastic about new tools, writes Brad Stenger, reacting to the Computation + Journalism Symposium at Georgia Tech, an event whose first iteration occurred in 2008. "Five years ago, people voiced frustration at the hard work of connecting journalism to computing. Now, they appear serious about getting things done, more willing to roll up their sleeves," he writes.

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