Citizen Journalism is Dead: Long Live Quantum Journalism

The phrase “Citizen Journalism is Dead” has been around since the phrase was first coined. I should probably look up who coined the term, but I’m busy at the moment. At least I’m being transparent and honest, eh? I just wanted to take a moment to let you know that something new is coming soon. [...]

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Wall Street Journal Covers Facebook IPO on Facebook

I love that the URL is facebook.com/GoesPublic and also the timeline image – an infographic – is nice. Overall, kudos to Wall Street Journal for this Facebook page.

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Top Journalism Schools 2011

What is the top journalism school in the United States in 2011? That’s a great question. The answer is going to vary depending on who you ask and what criteria they use to decide which university is the best. Personally, I still think Ball State University is one of the top 10 Journalism Schools in [...]

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Photo Journalism for Link Building

Great article… Photo Journalism as an Inexpensive Link-Building Tool When I evaluate a method of link-building, I consider cost per link to be an important metric. While I realize that cost per link is limited in that it assumes all links are equal, I think it’s good to consider cost per link when forming a long-term [...]

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Should journalists learn programming skills? Flowchart

With the current revolution in technology and journalism, many journalism pundits are blindly advocating non-technical journalists learn programming and web development skills. Programming, as opposed to coding HTML or CSS, takes a considerable time commitment to learn and may or may not come natural to the average journalist. via 10k words h/t to Journerdism

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