January 9th, 2009
Ahh, it’s Friday. Here are some interesting things we read this week:
A year or so ago, Paul Bradshaw wrote on how journalism could — gasp –make some money. We think his post is still valid.
Chuck Peters from C3 muses on the building blocks of any online relationship: attention and trust.
Got some extra time at work? Muhammad Saleem posted this graphic, created by Nina Simon, titled “What Can You Accomplish In One Week of Web 2.0?” Need something to show your newsroom compatriots? This is it.
Jason Falls, from Social Media Explorer, compiled this handy guide on content tagging.
Want to start doing more video on your Web site? Better get cracking. Cliff Etzel, author of Solo Video Journalist, even posted an interesting graphic.
Want to learn how to blog your beat well? Patrick Thornton of Beatblogging suggests you follow these folks.
A couple of weeks ago, we interviewed Aron Pilhofer over at the New York Times. Eric Ulken, a former “whiz kid” at the Los Angeles Times — he’ll always be a whiz kid to me — just visited Aron in NYC. Here’s his post on the NYT’s use of data.
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