Top Tojou blog posts of 2007

Inspired by William M. Hartnett, I went into my Google Analytics data for this blog and had a look at what people liked here in the past 12 months. The data are a little sketchy because I switched this blog from Blogger to WordPress at mid-year, but I ran the full year for each URL and came up with these (all links point to this blog, not the old one).

Old blog:

  1. Why Al Jazeera English is blocked in the U.S.
  2. Getting (and keeping) a job in journalism
  3. Best journalism schools in the U.S.
  4. Basic kit: Gear for the multimedia reporter
  5. Tutorial: An MP3 audio player for any Web page

New blog (this one):

  1. Web design 101: What the audience sees
  2. Tape vs. hard drive vs. card, and AVCHD
  3. 5 things to tell the students
  4. Newspaper video experts: What they’re doing
  5. How Gannett trains video shooters

My picks:

  1. Journalism stories: A multimedia approach (Parts 1, 2, and 3)
  2. 5 things you can do to improve news graphics now
  3. What a hiring editor looks for (or, what’s your URL?)
  4. 5 steps for teams producing journalism
  5. What journalists should know about databases

Whew! Enjoy.

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