Posted: December 2, 2008 | |
Links for November 6th through December 2nd:
- Newseum Reduces Staff in Response to Economic Downturn – washingtonpost.com – This site shall now be known as the Newsoleum or the Newsacombs. RIP, in advance.
- Amazing Photojournalism: Where to find the best in news photography :: 10,000 Words :: multimedia, online journalism news and reviews – I’ve always loved the way this blog posts big visual examples in its lists and roundups.
- Online news site Crosscut poised to switch to nonprofit | Seattle Times Newspaper – Good look to ye.
- HOW TO: Build Community on Twitter -
- Change.gov – I love the look, feel. I see potential for more interactivity. Multimedia? Flowing data visualization?
Posted: November 6, 2008 | |
Links for November 3rd through November 6th:
- amaztype – Pretty neat.
- President – Election Results 2008 – The New York Times – This page is in the running for the handful I'll keep up on my browser tonight.
- Teaching Online Journalism » Data visualization resources – I like the part where Mindy says she's stingy with bookmarking on Delicious. Lately, I've been anything but!
- Where and How to Watch Election Day Results Online : Ricochet by Chrys Wu – I'll be playing around with these while I wait for the first batch of results on Election Night.
- Snapshot of Presidential Candidate Social Networking Stats: Nov 3, 2008 – Some convincing numbers on how much stronger Obama is on social media
Posted: October 29, 2008 | |
Links for October 28th through October 29th:
- PC World – 8 Ways Twitter Will Change Your Life – "I figured if the candidate wasn't on Twitter, they most likely weren't right for the job." When I get a job partly due to having a Twitter account, I will eat my shoe.
- Stuff journalists like – Comic relief that tries to (cheaply) ride on the coattails of Stuff White People Like.
- Christian Science Monitor to drop weekday print edition – Romenesko – It's notable when a big name moves to web-only. Wouldn't be surprised to see more of this coming.
Posted: October 28, 2008 | |
Links for October 27th from 23:27 to 23:43:
- How to Use FriendFeed as a News Ticker | New Media Bytes | Online journalism, web production and promotion – This intrigues me. For this ticker to convey much information, I’m going to need to follow more people on FriendFeed. Goodbye Twitterific?
- Time to move on… « Mastering Multimedia – Among the many ringers to the head brought by the recent S-R layoffs, the effect on Colin’s video-expansion efforts was a painful punch to the kidneys. I know he’ll master his photo/video juggling act yet.
- Teaching Online Journalism » Reassessing newspaper video – What’s up with newspapers and video these days? “What is still frigging hard about all this — a news Web site today is not the buffet table that a printed newspaper used to be. I am not browsing around randomly on your Web site, happening upon your loveliest desserts or videos as I peruse the latest miserable financial news.”
Damn, that’s a good point.
Posted: October 27, 2008 | |
Links for October 26th through October 27th:
- Blogs are so over, Wired magazine says — mathewingram.com/work – In answer to Paul Boutin. “Is everyone going to have a blog? No — and they never were. Facebook and Twitter are probably enough for many people. Not writing at all is enough for many people. But why does it have to be all or nothing?”
- Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004 – “Thinking about launching your own blog? Here’s some friendly advice: Don’t. And if you’ve already got one, pull the plug.”
- Video Journal: Green Bluff grape harvest – This one’s for (and by) Thuy. “Stephanie and Davide Trezzi have been growing wine grapes for three years. This year, they’re passing a total of five tons of barbera and dolcetto to winemaker Don Townshend, making it the first time a Green Bluff wine will be made exclusively from Green Bluff grapes.”