Worth a look: The recently issued Harvard Neiman Report: GoodBye Gutenberg. It's not a manifesto of the future; more a report from the frontlines of a changing field, with 40+ essays, mainly written by working journalists and editors. "Journalism is on a fast-paced, transformative journey, its destination still unknown," Melissa Ludtke writes in the introduction. Now, a collection of self-reflecting reporters doesn't scream "must-read" to me. But this is a spunky anthology, as it turns out, with sharp, focused stories from smart journalists dancing as fast as they can to keep up with their changing realities.
Worth a read: The entry by my friend Ethan Zuckerman and his colleague Rebecca MacKinnon, founders of Global Voices, who are on the leading edge of the worldwide blogging/citizen journalism movement.