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See Twitter News Experiment on Super Tuesday

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

A couple of days ago, I blogged about Robert Scoble combining Twitter and livestreamingas a way of involving audience in real time interviews. Afterwards, Shelby Highsmith, aka, the shelbinator , an MTV StreetTeam08 citizen journalist covering the 2008 presidential race, said he will be doing the same on Super Tuesday. You can watch or even join his experiment. I asked [...]

Mother Jones Citizen Journalism Critique Flawed

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

Adam Weinstein, in the January/February 2008 Issue of Mother Jones, writes about the dangers of citizen journalism  with his central warning being that “…newspapers may be taken in by crackpots and sly marketers…”
However, if you are one of the many serious thinkers who believe citizen journalism has merit,  you would be left with the impression that Weinstein himself is [...]

Nokia, Reuters Try Mobile Journalism Experiment

Friday, October 26th, 2007

   Over the last few months, I have bumped into several people at conferences testing as a freebie the Nokia N95, which is a combination 5 pixel camera, cellphone, video camera, GPS and more all combined into a wallet-sized package. Apparently Reuters and Nokia have been testing the N95 all summer and blogging about it at  Reuters Mobile [...]

Dear Candidate, May I Sleep at Your House?

Saturday, September 8th, 2007

The Swiss magazine L’Hebdo wanted to get up close and personal with its political candidates so has begun its Blog & Breakfast program where they send reporters and editors to spend a day with a candidates, including sleeping over at the candidates’ homes. Here is more from BusinessWeek online:
Every week, one of the editors, reporters, or [...]