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Archive for November, 2010

Publishers small and large learn how not to get sued — New video

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Our first 60-minute video from our Media Law in the Digital Age workshop is now up at our Center for Sustainable Journalism.
Big publishers and little backyard publishers like me are all at risk of getting sued in this new disruptive digital age. So to help you make better informed choices our Center for Sustainable [...]

Search 50% of Annual Archived Tweets for Just $360,000

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Darn, another good idea bites the dust. Last spring when I heard that Twitter was going to archive all its Tweets at the Library of Congress, I was thinking wow what a free treasure trove of information. Well, there will be, apparently, no such thing as a free archived Tweet. At least there will not [...]

App Developers Contact Us for Journalism Grant Possibilities

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Hello all you app developers out there. We need your help and will help you try to get funding for ideas that work well for both you and us. Let’s make contact before Nov. 12, 2010 and then set up conversations on Friday Nov. 12 to move our ideas to the next step via possible [...]

Election Night Multitasking: CNN, NYTimes, NPR and Blogging Too

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

So it is election night, and I am listening to NPR on my iPhone, watching CNN, but mostly muted, on TV, and on my computer checking in at the New York Times’ and blogging here at…but just one post I think.
What’s all this multitasking mean? Well, I can get bits and pieces [...]