What struck me most about the presentations was how much has changed in media in the two years since my classmates and I stood on that same stage. By comparison, our projects were quaint: Introducing video into newsrooms. Building a following on Twitter. News quizzes. Now we have Google Glass, “Snow Fall,” and robots that can write a news report about an earthquake minutes after it happens. With innovation moving so quickly, I wonder what the class of 2015 will cook up. Self-driving journalism? Jetpack journalism? Lightsaber journalism? (via From Google Glass to Snowfalling: What will journalism look like in 2014? | PandoDaily)

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