March
2010

Chat 3.24.10 Law + Web Journalism

2010-03-25T02:48:22Z flamsmark (Tom L.) RT @eff: The freedom of the press can apply to every sort of publication that affords a vehicle of information and opinion, including blogs #wjchat 2010-03-25T02:43:41Z thorstone137 (Dustin Goerndt) #wjchat #7 transcript on Law + Web journalism | Guest hosted by @citmedialaw @lisaborodkin @jacklerner @eff http://bit.ly/cKPa1E 2010-03-25T02:41:50Z joespring (joe spring) RT […]

Law + Web journalism

Join us 5-7 p.m. PST on March 24 for a chat about law in the cyberage. We’ll be discussing: The blogger/journalist debate How to handle corrections Libel, lawsuits…. and much more! As always, send a tweet to @wjchat is you have questions you’d like answered!

Reporting with Social Media

Join us 5-7 p.m. PST on March 17 for a chat about reporting with social media. We’ll be discussing: Whether your reporting suffers from the immediacy of social media How to interview using Twitter and other tools and much more! As always, send a tweet to @wjchat is you have questions you’d like answered! (P.S. […]

Chat 3.11.10 Numbers: Not the Nightmare You Think They Are

2010-03-11T03:14:27Z Chronotope (Aram Zucker-Scharff) I enjoyed the #wjchat this week, but I really would have liked to see more how-tos, tools, techniques, etc… 2010-03-11T03:13:21Z UPIU (UPIU.com) Interesting #wjchat this week. Full printable archive now up! – http://bit.ly/9PssYC 2010-03-11T03:07:23Z scott_blanchard (scott blanchard) Nifty. Cld lose a lot of time w/that. RT @jeffsonderman: pretty awesome & new […]

Numbers: Not the Nightmare You Think They Are

Moderated by @gotoplanb, AKA Dave Stanton, Technology Fellow at The Poynter Institute, Instructor at the University of Florida and News design and cognition researcher. Join us 5-7 p.m. PST for a lively discussion on numbers, data and visualization. We’ll be discussing: How to get the numbers you need Putting numbers into context for your audience […]