Social Media

Mark on January 2nd, 2011

Every once in a while, I have the urge to consolidate the scattered pieces of the online me. And every time I try to bring those pieces in, the web keeps dragging me back out again. The last time I redid this blog, the intent was to consolidate: continue the journalism-related blogging, pull in my […]

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I’m no good at predictions. An example: when the video-enabled iPod was released, I raved a little about the thing but noted that I didn’t see much point in adding video. So, I don’t have predictions for 2011, but here are a few things I’d like to see in the new year. (1) Media organizations […]

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Mark on January 18th, 2009

I’m not sure we’ve seen the worst of the disruption that newspapers are facing because of the internet. Consider HOW TO: Track the Israel Gaza Conflict Using Social Media, an excellent post at Mashable. In it, author Jennifer Van Grove, provides links to a number of services and technologies (Crisiswire, Twitter, RSS, Notify.Me, etc.) that […]

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