I have said many times over the past few months that journalism needs an alternative.
And I am getting ready to debut it soon.
It is a different method, structure, and presentation of information dissemination, not outré or complicated, but something that is simple, straightforward, and has focus without the usual narrative mess that did in journalism.
It is a system that benefits from having a governing agency licensing those who study it. It is a method of giving out information in an easy-to-understand way. It is a purer form of applied psychology, and leaves opinion and partisan propaganda out of it.
I call the system F.R.E.E.D.
It combines several threads of my past work, with . strong emphasis on information-verification, matriarchal structures, and several others.
I will reveal it over the coming weeks, but it is a significant departure from the old method of journalism, and one I am eager to unleash very shortly.
For those who follow my fiction writing with A Dangerous Woman Story Studio -- know that I have not abandoned that work, but I am tweaking things as I am gearing up for the release of my book When Journalism Was a Thing. Those two ventures will be placed under the same umbrella -- one fiction, the other nonfiction.
As I have said, changes are coming. I may drop in an article about the current state of journalism here and there to keep this site fresh, but once F.R.E.E.D. begins, those musings will end.