Metromemetics was established in 1998 to follow news and trends about media design, information architecture, memetics, journalism and culture shift. This online resource is intended as an online repository and forum for students, instructors and professionals.
Since the site manager moved to New York City in 2005, NYC’s tech scene gets some attention here as well.
The Chronology Of New Media
Metromemetics’ The Chronology Of New Media has been cited in The Thomson Handbook (“the rhetorical handbook for the digital age”) by David Blakesley and Jeffrey Hoogeveen (ISBN 1413011802, 9781413011807), as well as other publications about media evolution. It has been reposted here:
- Media Before The 20th Century
- Media In The Early 20th Century
- Media In The 1960s
- Media In The 1970s
- Media In The 1980s
- Media In The 1990s
- Media In The Early 21st Century
About the Site Manager
Matthew Stanton switched from a career as an award-winning newspaper journalist to help pioneer Web journalism and online products in 1997. After developing new interactive platforms for Gannett Corp., Stanton joined the team of Journal Interactive producing Journal Communication’s online network of publishing, radio and television broadcasting properties. Previous work also includes multiple NAA Digital Edge awards and projects for the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, Pepsi Bottling Co., the National Association of Black Journalists and other commercial clients. From 2000 to 2004, Stanton periodically worked as an adjunct faculty member in the University of Wisconsin system and lectured for other universities’ media programs.
Stanton joined the CBS Television Stations Digital Media Group in 2005 and currently serves as the Director of Field Operations for managing CBS Local Media’s 114 digital news, sports and music properties in 27 markets. In total, the group publishes more than 40,000 online posts and 11,000 video packages per month.
Stanton also participated in The Noun Project’s Investigative Journalism Iconathon sponsored by Hacks/Hackers and ProPublica in 2013.
He currently lives in New York City, enduring the F line subway daily from Brooklyn into midtown Manhattan.
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