OMNT Links of the Week #11

February 20th, 2009

It’s been a fairly busy week at Old Media, New Tricks. Robert started out the weekend with this post about how important it is to maintain accuracy and standards, even when trying to break stories quickly via the social Web. We also posted some Twitter rules of the road.

But, as you know, the Web is quite large. It may be difficult to believe, but there were actually some great posts in the blogosphere this week.

Stephanie Romanski posted some do’s and don’ts for Twitter.

Ken Paulson, COO of the Newseum, gave a talk at the National Press Club that was posted on Poynter. The topic: What if newspapers were invented after the Web? Fascinating read.

Mark Briggs of Journalism 2.0 muses on Google’s foray into the hyperlocal news business, the South Orange Patch. Do you think it will work?

Chris Brogan believes USA Today looks a little bit like a microblog. Hmm.

Now for a bit of self-promotion: Here’s a piece from the Knight Digital Media Center about how Daniel’s beloved Los Angeles Times is using social media, and here’s an example of Stuart Foster and Amy Vernon being silly.

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