The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard was established in 1938. This is a center for advanced study and fellowships devoted to dissecting journalism, media, and publishing. They publish the magazine Nieman Reports, are home to the Neiman Program on Narrative Journalism, and the Neiman Watchdog Journalism Project. Our Link of the Week is their blog, the Nieman Journalism Lab. They describe their project as an attempt to help journalism figure out its future in an Internet age. They highlight stories on successful innovation for students and professionals to emulate and create models to learn from. Take a look at their article on 29th Street Publishing, a new company devoted to creating programs to make publications available on Apple products through the Newstand app. This article by Justin Ellis is a great introduction to the struggles magazine publishers are facing adapting to new technology.