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According to Dazz: Total Injustice: How the Zimmerman Trial Showed the Ugly Side of America

According to Dazz: Total Injustice: How the Zimmerman Trial Showed the Ugly Side of America | Blogging | Scoop.it
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Something I wrote on the Martin incident--like our president said today: ust trying to give this one context.

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According to Dazz: Sleeper Hits: Hidden-Gem Movies You Need to Watch this Summer

According to Dazz: Sleeper Hits: Hidden-Gem Movies You Need to Watch this Summer | Blogging | Scoop.it
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Check out the newest blog from According to Dazz! Dazz is a journalism student at Northwestern University, and an aspiring writer in the worlds of sports and entertainment. Thanks!

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How to Boost Your Blog by Using Real Personalities that Connect with Your Customers

How to Boost Your Blog by Using Real Personalities that Connect with Your Customers | Blogging | Scoop.it
Social networking is about creating a friendly experience of your market. It’s about hearing your consumer, addressing their wants and creating an emotional relationship.
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A good blogger always needs to remember this--the readers are what it's all about, after all--they make it happen!

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'Everyone with a mobile phone thinks he is a journalist'

The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta's speech at the convocation. 'Google, hidden cameras are tools. These can't become shortcuts to journalism. ...
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Totally agree--this industry is ultimately a service, and while it's great that there's so much access to information on anything and everything, finding "journalism" from any average schmo won't cut it. It's easy to gossip, but reporting the news takes professionalism. Phones help, but they don't make the man, so to speak.

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