- Yeah, but what does it mean for journalism? A visual rhetoric guide » Nieman Journalism Lab – “A new gadget appears, or a dra
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atic development takes place on the world stage, and the cry goes up: But what does it mean for journalism?” C.W. Anderson uses wordle to get a handle on the gadgets and answers to that question over the last few years.
- MediaShift Idea Lab . 5 Mistakes That Make Local Blogs Fail | PBS – So you’re thinking about starting a local blog. Maybe you’re a reporter tired of office politics and lowest-common-denominator assignments. Maybe you’re a neighborhood gadfly who wants to create a new place for locals to gather. Maybe you’re a realtor who wants to generate new leads. Either way, your local blog, like most new things, will probably fail.
- Check-ins with a purpose: Ushahidi speaks at Hacks/Hackers | Hacks/Hackers – Interesting article for two reasons. The subject matter – Ushahidi – and the way Burt uses ‘curated’ tweets to report on the even. Maybe Amy should have had a by-line…
- The Rise Of Social Media And Its Impact On Mainstream Journalism – A very interesting paper for the Reuters Institute by Nick Newman. Fascinating stuff
- Price is right for junior journalists – Variety – Variety reports on how ABC News have found working with J-schools are rewarding experience. In all senses of the word
- Student media tip #6: symbols – More tips and free inDesign stuff from Henry Clarke Price. This time some free symbols for visualizing stats
- A First – Not Very Successful – Look at Using Ordnance Survey OpenLayers… « OUseful.Info, the blog… – “What’s the easiest way of creating a thematic map, that shows regions coloured according to some sort of measure?” Tony shows you how.
- Free Avid Media Composer Tutorials – More free tutorials from genius DV. This time it’s Avid’s turn
- The Multimedia Radio Newsroom, Part One – MVM Consulting – Michael Marcotte was asked to do “a two-hour “how to” on multimedia storytelling for public radio news managers.” Here’s what he came up with