For the odd moments I can manage to think of something.

Says who?


Welcome to my blog.

I’m a journalist sometimes. It’s a hard habit to break.

I’ve been a journalist for more than 20 years now, from printing images with light on paper to be set for the newspapers to messing with codecs for video news clips on mobile devices.

I made the Outriders radio show for BBC Radio 5Live. If you’re curious, it was made into a podcast every week. I’m lucky, I get to speak to talented technologists, authors and makers regularly.

I’ve lead on social news projects, advised on news aggregators and tested too many wonderful bits of kit and technology related to news to name here. I’ve trained people to work in reporting using social media, user generated content (UGC) and fresh tools for reporting on location using online software.

I’ve spoken about creativity and openness at SXSW for the Digital Planet – now Click Radio show on BBC World Service. I’ve delivered a lecture at the Centre for Internet and Society in Bengaluru. I once delivered a talk for Ignite London – about cake and digital creativity.

I’ve chaired talks at Le Web London and Paris, DLD in Moscow, The Next Web in Amsterdam and the Web Summit in London and Dublin.

I sell photos to publications, write for various online places about tech and sometimes other things.

For more details check Wikipedia or to loop back, I have an page too. If you prefer assorted social networks you can find me on Google+, Twitter and Facebook.

Here you will find my online playground. There’s commentary about technology and media, games with audio and a bit of fiction.

Feel free to jump in on the comments if something takes your fancy.


2 Responses to “Says who?”

  1. Salman Latif

    Cool blog. And a very impressive portfolio. 18 years as a journalist, that’s very inspiring for a person like me who’s still aspiring to join the field! 🙂

    • jemimahknight

      Thank you. I am sure you’ll find this comment funny in 20 years time when you did the same thing for even longer!


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