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Charles Apple (present): Charles is a well-known design blogger who’s been in the biz for longer than he’d care to admit. He’d never call himself an expert, but the point is… he knows a thing or two.

Charles Apple (past)

The Bold Italic: Like it or not, there’s some interesting web layout happening on this Gannett site.

The Buttry Diary:  Steve Buttry is director of community engagement and social media for Digital First Media.

Digital First: “CEO John Paton’s Dialogue With Employees And The Public On How Newspaper Companies Can Adapt and Thrive.”

Digital Man: “Jim Brady on the present and future of media. We don’t relive the past here. (OK, maybe a little).”

Dona Wong: She is the author of The Wall Street Journal Guide to Information Graphics — a must-have for anyone who makes infographics. Her presentation about infographics at SND Denver was a joy; hilarious and super informative.

GOOD infographics: “GOOD is a collaboration of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits pushing the world forward. Since 2006 we’ve been making a magazine, videos, and events for people who give a damn. This website is an ongoing exploration of what GOOD is and what it can be.”

Journalism as a Conversation: “Hi: I’m Doreen Marchionni (Ph.D. ’09, Missouri School of Journalism). I’ll be your intergalactic pilot on this journey through my dissertation. Send whiskey, please.”

(Re)Structuring Journalism:  A blog that proposes we “fundamentally rethink what journalists do and what they produce.”

Seattle Sketcher: This news feature is a big hit with Seattle Times readers.

Gabriel Campanario: The Seattle Sketcher’s personal blog.

ShrtFrm Blog: “ShortFormBlog is the product of Ernie Smith, Julius the laid-off RSS robot, an occasional intern, a bunch of pretty awesome links from a bunch of awesome sources, a highly hacked version of WordPress, the letter Q, the number 13 and a series of tubes.”

Urban Sketchers: “We show the world, one drawing at a time.”

Zombie Journalism: “Dispatches from the walking dead in today’s ‘old’ media”

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