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Representative Journalism: Advancing Journalism One Network at a Time

Monday, August 6th, 2007

Tomorrow I will be helping host the Journalism that Matters DC session and probably talking up an idea I have been privately developing for the last few months. I am calling it Representative Journalism.
I was hoping to have a Representative Journalism site up and running at which we all could vet the idea over the [...]

Tired of Being a Journalist; Test Being a Schooner Captain

Saturday, August 4th, 2007

I was reading a Washington Post article about people who throw in their old lives and start a new life. But in the article was this very neat website:

VocationVacations: enabling you to test-drive your dream job; empowering you to turn your passions into your career.

The site matches you up with professionals. For usually less than [...]

Have Your Next Confence at a Comfort Inn

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

Tonight I am staying in a Fairfield Inn, a Mariott hotel. The wireless is totally free as it would be a the $89 a night Comfort Inn down the road. In a week, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication is having its annual conference at the Renaissance Washington D.C. Hotel and the [...]

Blog2Learn Workshop for Teachers Today

Monday, June 11th, 2007

Today starts the five-day Blog2Learn workshop for Language Arts teachers in Cobb County and the Marietta City schools in Georgia. This is the second year that Kennesaw State University professors Michael Keleher, Dr. Earl Holliday and I have received an Improving Teacher Quality grant via No Child Left Behind for this project. It will extend [...]

SoCon08 Unconference Set for Feb. 8-9, 2008

Tuesday, May 15th, 2007

In the interest of putting a stake in the Social Media, Web 2.0, Unconference, Conference ground, our team of Jeff Haynie, Sherry Heyl and me have picked our date for the SoCon08 conference. It will be at Kennesaw State University outside of Atlanta on Friday and Saturday, February 8-9, 2008. This year’s SoCon07 was a [...]