In a very interesting article from Nieman Journalism Lab, Kevin J. Delaney, Editor-in-Chief at Atlantic Media business site Quartz, offers a prescient look at what the near future holds for mobile media. Design imperatives such as moving beyond "re-skinned RSS readers" for content delivery will accompany an increasing move to HTML5, he says, as publishers absorb the lessons of News Corp's The Daily and other early app experiments. Digging deeper, Delaney touches on the need to get more sophisticated with user-generated content and understand the implications of machine translation.
- James Sturdivant
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