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Is It Okay for Reporters to Tweet Things They Don’t Know to Be True?

Is It Okay for Reporters to Tweet Things They Don’t Know to Be True? | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
That's a question posed today. (RT @DailyIntel: Is it okay for reporters to tweet things they don’t know to be true?
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Data journalism at the Guardian: what is it and how do we do it?

Data journalism at the Guardian: what is it and how do we do it? | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Simon Rogers: Our 10 point guide to data journalism and how it's changing (RT @datastore: In case you missed: #Data journalism at the Guardian: what is it and how do we do it?
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Trekking on Etna, Italy

Trekking on Etna, Italy | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
For those who want to experience a holiday in Italy getting away for a while from the city to dive into the nature, our advice is trekking on Etna. A journey through the largest volcano in Europe, which still enchants with its evocative eruptions.
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Online Video Publishing [dot] com: Pre-production: 10 Exercises To Consider (before touching a camera) For Best Video Results

Online Video Publishing [dot] com: Pre-production: 10 Exercises To Consider (before touching a camera) For Best Video Results | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Working with video as a medium is cool. Professionals take pride in mastering crafts of shooting, editing, imparting effects. People from outside the field who occasionally participate by commissioning production, appearing on-screen or weighing in on direction of projects also get gratified as rich content comes together. This blog is full of enticing advice about picking cameras, achieving right light and sound levels, and transcoding. But some of the most important work for making great video can happen before any of those considerations. Like stretching before sports, like taking vitamins before breakfast: aspects of careful pre-production may be dull but are often essential for great video results.

In fact, without the right sort of pre-production in advance, a fun project with cool content seeming to be heading towards a hit deliverable can become suddenly derailed with realization of some oversight: the most important decision maker was never consulted about what to emphasize, getting verbose content to fit within allotted running time necessitates an editing hack job, the featured product does not appear because nobody had responsibility to bring it to the set...
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If your news site isn't social, great design won't matter

If your news site isn't social, great design won't matter | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
For one thing, recommendation tools like “most popular” — or “recommended,” in the case of the New York Times — as well as the “like” buttons and other tools that allow people to share articles through Facebook and elsewhere, can be hugely useful both for readers and for the publications that use them. The Huffington Post achieved some dramatic traffic and engagement growth when it integrated Facebook Connect and made it easy for readers to see what their friends had shared, and others have seen similar jumps from Google+.
To say that “there is no most-popular news” ignores the fact that millions of people like to share news stories with their friends and followers, and that this is an integral part of what the media business is today — whether it’s individually-curated aggregators like Paper.li or News.me, or a more ambitious attempt to create a customized digital newspaper or magazine like Flipboard is becoming. And to argue that news “is not social media [and] if it is, it fails” shows a similar lack of insight into how digital media functions.
All media is effectively social, whether news organizations like the New York Times and others want it to be or not. To ignore that seems like incredibly bad advice from someone who claims to have the industry’s best interests at heart.
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What's The Difference Between A Content Creator and a Content Curator?

What's The Difference Between A Content Creator and a Content Curator? | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
A content creator is someone who identifies the “needs” within their audience and seeks to help by creating original and highly relevant content. And when you create useful and valuable content, that content is not only absorbed and appreciated, but shared and re-shared….driving consumers of your content right back to you.
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Early votes: Internet good -- not bad -- for journalism

Early votes: Internet good -- not bad -- for journalism | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
In reader votes so far, East Cost (Rosen) beating West Coast (Carr) in Economist debate over whether the internet is making journalism better. (71%-29% as of this morning). Rebuttals, closing arguments, debate continue through end of the week.
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Berlusconi firm ordered to pay more than $800 million to rival

Berlusconi firm ordered to pay more than $800 million to rival | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's financial holding company, Fininvest, was ordered Saturday to pay more than 560 million euros ($801 million) in damages to the rival media group CIR.
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CrunchGear Is Headed To TechCrunch/Gadgets - CrunchGear

CrunchGear Is Headed To TechCrunch/Gadgets - CrunchGear | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
CrunchGearCrunchGear Is Headed To TechCrunch/GadgetsCrunchGearCrunchGear, in short, is being subsumed into TechCrunch/Gadgets, a plan that has been long percolating at the HQ and something we, in a way, welcome.
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The shuttle program ends, and with it, an era of American tech excellence - VentureBeat

The shuttle program ends, and with it, an era of American tech excellence - VentureBeat | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
USA TodayThe shuttle program ends, and with it, an era of American tech excellenceVentureBeatThe arc of the shuttle program parallels the history of personal computing, and American technology, in other ways.
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cinque terre, italy

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Cinque Terre is a region on the Italian Rivera consisting of five small fishermen's towns that hug the cliffs along the Ligurian Sea. The area has avoided modern development and as result, has retained its unique Italian culture and natural beauty.
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It’s All Greek to Me: The Origins of 15 Popular Travel Expressions Explained

It’s All Greek to Me: The Origins of 15 Popular Travel Expressions Explained | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Guidebooks offer us tips on how to travel the world on a 'shoestring budget' and advise us to 'do as the Romans' do' when vacationing abroad. Sage advice for sure, but where did these peculiar travel idioms originate?
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Breathtaking Photos of Spectacular Places on Earth

Breathtaking Photos of Spectacular Places on Earth | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Mission: Eco Preservation Society is actively engaged in sustainably focused programming for the purpose of wildlife conservation and reforestation.
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How to really make your journalism work on Facebook | Multimedia Journalism

How to really make your journalism work on Facebook | Multimedia Journalism | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
On Facebook, users can become fans of us, of our content, and welcome our Facebook publishing stream onto their own news feed page.
There, our content is delivered alongside material from their own social circle.
The result is a hybrid of personal communications from friends and material from organisations that an individual likes, enjoys, values, and wants to follow.
So Facebook is a very special place, and a very significant one for journalists to work in.
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A Castle In The Southern Italy To Spend A Weekend | DigsDigs

A Castle In The Southern Italy To Spend A Weekend | DigsDigs | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
This castle called Trullihusen was designed for Morten Angelo and Tina Horstedt from Denmark. They wanted to choose a place to go for weekends or holidays so it
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SkyGrid Brings Realtime News Aggregator to Android Tablets

SkyGrid Brings Realtime News Aggregator to Android Tablets | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Using the startup’s patented algorithm, Information Velocity; SkyGrid measures what news is spreading the fastest across the world, and brings that content directly to its apps. And users will know what news is relevant based on the people, topics, and events, that are spreading the fastest around the whole world. The app itself streams information from mainstream news, social sites, and blogs and allows you to share news articles and streams on the app via email, Twitter and Facebook.
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LinkedIn Launches Button That Lets You Apply for Jobs

LinkedIn Launches Button That Lets You Apply for Jobs | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
LinkedIn just made it easier to apply for a job, thanks to the launch of its new “Apply With LinkedIn” button.

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Has digital devalued photography? - The Guardian

Has digital devalued photography? - The Guardian | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
The GuardianHas digital devalued photography?The GuardianNan Goldin has said the arrival of digital technology has compromised photography as a medium: 'The whole issue is so depressing to me.' Do you agree?
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The inverted pyramid of data journalism | Online Journalism Blog

The inverted pyramid of data journalism | Online Journalism Blog | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
 
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American Newspapers: Rise and Fall

American Newspapers: Rise and Fall | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Mark Potts leads us to a nifty Stanford data viz project plotting the rise and fall of the American newspaper.
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Connected StoreTechnology Has Fashion Sense

Connected StoreTechnology Has Fashion Sense | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
With few variations, buying clothes from a store involves a well-worn routine: Browse the racks, select a few garments based on vanity, price, need and other factors, then try them on in the dressing room.But what if you didn't have to drag items...
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Google+ accounted for 35% of Tweeted news links for the week - TNW ...

Google+ accounted for 35% of Tweeted news links for the week - TNW ... | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
One more! This Google+ news is unsurprising considering one of the world's biggest companies has launched its own social network.
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Photography Book Recommendations

Photography Book Recommendations | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Tom is often asked where he went to school for photography or how he learned.
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Black Eyed Peas - The Time (Dirty Bit)

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Manual Photography Cheat Sheet - My Modern Metropolis

Manual Photography Cheat Sheet - My Modern Metropolis | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Wow, how pretty is this?Whether you're a beginner photographer or just someone who likes to reminded of the basics, we think you'll appreciate this Manual Ph… (Manual Photography Cheat Sheet http://pulse.me/s/q7tJ...)...
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