Having survived two weeks’ absence from my RSS feeds (vacation!), I have a lot of catching up to do. These three posts from Andy Dickinson are at the top of my list. How the broadsheets use video: The Telegraph Financial Times The Guardian Then there’s a New York Times feature from last Sunday. Let me […]
Most visited posts on this blog from June 1, 2008, through July 1, 2008, according to Google Analytics: Didn’t the Las Vegas Sun have enough talent? Tape vs. hard drive vs. card, and AVCHD You need this to get a job in journalism Practical workflow for journalism Number of absolute unique visitors (June 1 – […]
Most visited posts on this blog from May 1, 2008, through June 1, 2008, according to Google Analytics: How to foster innovation Tape vs. hard drive vs. card, and AVCHD Mobile journalism: What’s in your backpack? Better SEO for news sites, blogs Number of absolute unique visitors (May 1 – June 1): 7,723 Number of […]
Some lessons about how to write, how to report, and how to do video for online: In conducting my iPhone research last week, naturally I consulted two of the better-known technology journalists, Walt Mossberg and David Pogue. I watched their video reviews of the product, and it made me think a bit about how journalists […]
Craig Stolz, formerly a journalist at The Washington Post, has been blogging for one year. On the occasion of his blog’s anniversary, he wrote this succinct list of lessons learned, which is rather brilliant: A personal blog is as valuable to the writer as the reader. Entry titles are as important as content. Titles should […]
Bill Dunphy manages WebU, a training facility created to put 500 managers and staff from Metroland West Media Group through a week-long Web boot camp. Cool, huh? He posted this list on his blog for WebU; the list is called Seven Steps to Writing Like a Digital Native: Are there original documents you can link […]
Mark Luckie has posted screenshots of (and links to) the personal Web sites of 15 journalists. They could be used to inspire journalism students to master the art of self-presentation. Great examples. 15 journalists’ outstanding personal sites Go on, just have a quick peek. They are very nice sites.