On Monday, Josh Cornfield, Assistant City Editor at the Philadelphia Daily News, sent a message out to the newsroom sharing his experience at the conference of the Online News Association. Cornfield was one of more than 30 Philly-area journalists to attend the San Francisco conference, and one of two dozen who did so on a grant from the Center for Public Interest Journalism and the Wyncote Foundation.
For the benefit of those who weren’t able to attend–and those who were, since the experience is so customizable–Cornfield’s Storification of the ONA conference is linked here. (Thanks, Josh.)
If you attended the conference and have memorialized your experience on the web, or would like to do so on this blog, let us know; we’ll try to share the empirical wealth throughout the week.