2010-02-25T03:55:57Z redoingmedia (RedoingMedia) @pdxjoe saw that referenced on #wjchat tonight… 2010-02-25T03:43:16Z nhanus (Nancy Hanus) Great to see that many active participants in tonight’s #wjchat were college students or recent grads. Lots of talent out there. 2010-02-25T03:36:30Z RobinJP (Robin Phillips) @KelseyProud thanks for your input tonight.. great to meet you. #wjchat 2010-02-25T03:32:42Z RobinJP (Robin Phillips) RT […]
Here are some of the more note-worthy tweets from the Feb 24, 2010 chat about interactive and multimedia journalism. On how you know it’s worth interactive: KelseyProud Q1: Everything is “interactive” or should be via SM, but to make something visually so, must enrich MEANING, not “just to do it” #wjchat 10000words Great resource @mckennaewen […]
Moderated by @10000words. Join us at 5-7 p.m. PST for a great chat about interactive and multimedia storytelling. We’ll be discussing: Breaking News and Multimedia Your Favorite Tools for Interactive Plenty more! Got a question you need answered? Tweet it to @wjchat for consideration.
2010-02-18T03:59:56Z moorehn (Heidi N. Moore) RT @kegill: RT @yelvington: @Chronotope Journos who don’t want to learn about the Web? They’re called “early retirees.” #wjchat | sad but true 2010-02-18T03:52:10Z michelleminkoff (Michelle Minkoff) @MacDivaONA Ooh, that Jquery vid series looks helpful! Thanks for that, and all your helpful comments during #wjchat. Great to “see” you. 2010-02-18T03:42:38Z […]
Join us tomorrow night for a discussion between the coders and the journalists in newsrooms….or are they the same? This discussion will be moderated by Greg Linch, @greglinch on Twitter. We’ll be discussing… – Programmers and journalists in the newsroom – What journalists and developers can learn from each, both in terms of skills and […]