The Independent Twitter May Finally Get Edit Tool Tom's Hardware Guide The Desk's Matthew Keys reports that Twitter is working on a new feature that will allow customers to edit their tweets once they go live.
Early experiments suggest that Glass and other wearable computers may have a bright future in journalism, even though the devices are far from mainstream. (RT @AmJourReview: How exactly are journalists using @googleglass?
The Independent The value of professional journalism The Independent Most of the journalists I know probably slept through the Today programme on Saturday morning, which is a shame, because it featured a remarkable statement.
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Andy Bull's insight:
Interesting thoughts addressing these points:
How do you integrate developers into a team of reporters? How do you spec out digital projects when you have no idea what’s feasible? How can developers, designers, and reporters work together effectively in the crucible of a newsroom?
Why do Germans shun Twitter? The Economist (blog) WHEN the official Twitter feed announced the microblog's IPO in November, around 8,000 followers retweeted the news the following week. Barely 50 of them were German.
Ukraine's deep-rooted media problem Columbia Journalism Review KIEV—For Ukrainian journalists, “jeans” is not just a pair of denim pants, but also a media piece published for a payment without any mention of the latter.