Video that shows how the front page of NYTimes.com changed throughout election day.
The Boston Globe's brilliant photography blog collects the best pictures from the election.
Some election maps that are far more interesting than the typical red-state, blue-state stuff.
"They were quite sophisticated, no doubt," said Hans Jürgen Kreuzer, a professor of theoretical physics at Dalhousie University and an expert on holography who watched the 3-D interviews. "But I immediately said to my wife that I don't think it has anything to do with holograms."
"On Election Day, CNN.com attracted more than 27 million unique visitors – the highest in the site’s history. Further, CNN.com Live – the Internet’s only live, multi-stream video news service – broke all previous records serving an impressive 4.9 million live streams, nearly tripling its previous traffic record. "
"I don't think the BBC will ever be, or aspire to be, the bells-and-whistles network," says CBS exile Rome Hartman, executive producer of "BBC World News America. ... Fundamentally, we're about great stories. Graphics help, and they're cool. I have a lot of admiration for David Borhman and what he's doing at CNN. But at a certain point, it's almost parody."
FT editor Lionel Barber on the state of newspapers in the US: "[I]t seems undeniable that 2008 – and the coverage of the presidential election – will be seen as a tipping point in American journalism. The imperial status of the mainstream media – the television networks, big metropolitan dailies and lofty commentators – has been shaken. The lay-offs of hundreds of US newspaper journalists are a symptom of a wider malaise. We are witnessing a shift in the balance of power towards new media, with wholesale repercussions for the practice of journalism."
"[Obama] said the Federal Communications Commission needs to take merger reviews more seriously; asserted that FCC chairman Kevin Martin, like his predecessor, has tried to “dismantle” rules that protect the public..."
"The Wall was invented by Jeff Han, 32, a computer scientist who for several years tinkered with the idea of creating a touch-sensitive display monitor. Han ... left [NYU] last year to start New York-based Perceptive Pixel, which markets the device."
How journalists are using Twitter to report on the US presidential campaign.
"The most recent--and seemingly unlikely--election coverage team is CBS News and Digg, ... Under the partnership, political stories from Digg will appear in a box on the politics section of CBSNews.com."
Martin Kettle: "The message from New Hampshire is that too much modern journalism relies on recycled assumptions and prejudices"
A nice graphic explaining how Iowa's caucus system works...
Mark Schraver looks at dumpster diving by police, opposition researchers, recruiters -- and journalists.