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Changing journalism, changing ethics — book looks at new rules
Post Source: www.blockbyblock.us
Posted: Aug 03 2011 22:48:58


Should small news outlets print the names of people listed in police reports who were cited for misdemeanors, knowing the published names will live a long time on search engines? Should a publisher remove a published comment or photo upon reader request? Those issues and many more are explored in ...

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This Week in Review: What Google+ could do for news, and Murdoch’s News of the World gets the ax
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Posted: Jul 08 2011 14:00:58


Every Friday, Mark Coddington sums up the week’s top stories about the future of news. Google’s biggest social effort yet : This is a two-week edition of This Week in Review, so most of our news comes from last week, rather than this week. The biggest of those stories was the launc...

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Links for June 30th through July 1st
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Posted: Jul 01 2011 14:53:13


My shared links for June 30th to July 1st: WordPress for iOS – I didn't know this existed. Looks pretty nice. @hotdogsladies on the email charter idea – Circles: Facebook’s reality failure is Google+’s opportunity – He likes the ability to group people d...

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Links for June 29th through June 30th
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Posted: Jul 01 2011 14:18:50


My shared links for June 29th through June 30th: Daring Fireball: Simple Inbox Archiving Script for Apple Mail – From 2007, John Gruber’s archiving applescript keeps his inbox clear of read, nonflagged items. (Apparently broken in Lion.) Sounds like this is manually invoked...

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NYT public editor asks why articles and errors disappear from paper’s website
Post Source: www.regrettheerror.com
Posted: Jun 28 2011 12:00:26


New York Times public editor Arthur Brisbane dedicated his most recent column to the issue of scrubbing and of version control. Specifically, he looks at a few examples where changes were made to reporting without the alterations being noted. In some cases, older versions of stories were disappear...

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This Week in Review: Talking Bin Laden on Twitter, journos’ online freedom, and Apple gets a taker
Post Source: markcoddington.com
Posted: Jun 01 2011 18:51:39


[This review was originally posted at the Nieman Journalism Lab on May 6, 2011.] Twitter as breaking-news system : This week’s big news is obvious: American forces killed Osama bin Laden on Monday (Sunday for most Westerners) in a raid of his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Bu...

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Online Community Management Links Roundup 20/05/11
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Posted: May 20 2011 09:26:08


Here is the roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved on delicious.com or retweeted for the week ending 20th of May 2011. Enjoy! 10 Things Organizations Should Be Comfortable With When They Start A Community The Dirty ' Real Responsibilities of a Community Manager Fi...

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Scott Rosenberg: Beware of Facebook
Post Source: thenumerati.net
Posted: May 11 2011 12:37:00


I learned a sobering lesson while marketing Final Jeopardy : It was far easier to attract a crowd on Facebook than on my own blog. Lots of journalism businesses have discovered the same thing. And now along comes Scott Rosenberg with a very good post on why they should watch out. In sum, Faceboo...

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Weekly Link Roundup (weekly)
Post Source: jstahl.org
Posted: May 08 2011 00:41:30


Al Gore Invents a Showpiece E-Book – NYTimes.com tags: media climate energy books Why journalists should think twice about F...

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