In 2004, a team of Medill School of Journalism grad students thought they could use the internet to fix what was wrong with it. But with increasing social isolation, rising partisanship, and newspapers’ ongoing woes, it seems that the problems have gotten worse, not better. Perhaps that’s why Google launched an experiment in local, user-generated storytelling: Bulletin.
A guide to using a URL to create a new Google Doc in a specific folder in Google Drive.
Sure, Inbox offers fewer swipes and touches and swirls to move your emails around or transform them into more useful information formats. But the core problem goes nowhere: too much communication to do, too little time.
If you find this post helpful, please consider a donation to help me continue creating free how-to guides for everyone. Thank you! Update April 14, 2014: With the help of a Good Samaritan reaching out to me via email, a solution has been found for embedding specific ranges of the new Google Spreadsheets (they were …