Sci-Tech TodayGoogle's Social Network AscendingNewsMax.comBy Jake Miller Google is the Goliath of the Internet — the information technology firm whose almost-prohibitive dominance of online life frequently leaves rivals gasping for breath.
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While Pinterest is a natural fit for lifestyle publishers there are good opportunities for broadcast media too. Today Kim Wilson and I are leading a social media workshop for a group of local TV and radio stations.
There’s a craving in the air for a definitive statement on what journalism is, something to rally around as everything changes. But I want to do the opposite. I want to explode journalism, to break it apart into its atomic acts.
Alan Rusbridger is a busy man on two sides of the Atlantic. The editor of the Guardian seems to be everywhere, writing, tweeting, and leading the paper’s ongoing coverage of the British phone hacking scandal that continues to pick off executives and editors of Rupert Murdoch’s News International. Meanwhile, on this side of the water, he’s directing the establishment of The Guardian’s New York-based operation, where they hope to claim a foothold in the US media market through an aggressive online-only play.
Facebook recently released the Facebook Camera app for iOS. Designed primarily to make it easier to share photos on Facebook, the inclusion of filters invites comparison with another popular photo sharing app, Instagram. And viewed through the lens of Facebook's recent $1 billion acquisition of Instagram, Facebook Camera might be seen as the first step towards swallowing the app whole.
However, there are several differences between the two apps, and Instagram users aren't likely to switch away. Despite this, Facebook Camera may appeal to snappers that might not otherwise use Instagram.
India TodayiPhone App sends meddlers pic to phone userIndia TodayA Chinese woman, who lost her iPhone in a taxi in Beijing, was surprised when a photograph of the taxi driver popped up on her email, thanks to the new App which takes snaps of people...
The SunOn Twitter, God is Greater Than GlitterNew York TimesWhile prominent celebrities like Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber have millions of Twitter followers, religious leaders show much higher levels of engagement.
Tweet Bambuser, the live-streaming smartphone app, has announced it will be offering its premium service for free to citizen journalists and activists. Their premium usage tier usually starts at €99 per month and can cost up to €499 per month.
Image-sharing site Pinterest has been in negotiations for months with photo service Getty. A breakthrough could dispel some of the copyright questions hanging over the hot startup — but one expert says not to hold your breath.
Recently, we covered five free sites to help journalists build an online portfolio here at 10,000 Words. The list included a good starting place with the following sites: WordPress, Cuttings.me, Pressfolios, Flavors.me and About.me.
Facebook’s disappointing IPO may be indicative of a larger problem: the declining value of online advertising, an inexorable force that will eventually destroy not just Facebook, but the web itself. Sound nuts?
Right now I'm studying for an MA in Online Journalism to supplement the current work I do, hone the online skills I've taught myself since leaving newspapers, and well, for fun. Seriously, creating a community website based ...
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