Entries from February 2011 ↓

NPR’s Andy Carvin on the impact of Twitter on journalism

Twitter and Facebook have been conduits of information throughout the protests in the Arab world. But that news has been atomized, second by second accounts coming from hundreds of unknown sources. Into that relentless stream has stepped NPR’s Andy Carvin, who’s become a one-stop clearinghouse of news by vetting sources and trying to verify individual […]






Is the world obsessed with Facebook?

The World Is Obsessed With Facebook from Alex Trimpe on Vimeo.






40 years later, the word is ‘video’!






Happy to join the blog

 I will be contributing to the posts from time to time.  As many of you know, this spring I am teaching Comm351-001/News Writing & Reporting and Comm590-002/Mass Media & Social Influence, a grad course. My office is located in 149 Science & Tech II. I have office hours on T/R from 1:30-2:30 p.m. I hope […]






Historic newspapers need to look forward (Steve Buttry on Storify)






Speaking with conviction in typography






‘The Daily Show’ on Aged News

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Google weather slider on your mobile device






Super Bowl does the Declaration of Independence






Introducing The Daily