I just thought so many of these were fun. I left some good ones out because they could identify who someone is. We’re not playing that game, here.
I’m learning that being an employee with ‘digital’ in my title makes me very necessary and completely unnecessary. When I need a day off or call in sick, no one fills in for me. Employees pick up the slack – posting stories on our website and on social media – if/when they have time. On the flip side, […]
In an attempt to avoid the real work I need to do, I’m compiling a list of words that have appeared in Colbert’s opening intro. You know the one. The eagle, the flag, Colbert flying through the air and landing in an arena that looks like Betsy Ross threw up all over it. I’m in […]
I took a web journalism class this semester and absolutely LOVED it. At the beginning of the semester, we were assigned a news website to follow and analyze and then had to write blog-type essays about the site. This is one I thought was interesting, so I’m copy-and-pasting it here. Craigslist.org is one more in a […]
~Melanie Faizer, Lecturer – Web Journalism
It seems like many blog posts about cool apps focus either on the super obscure (Appademia’s 12-tone Matrix Generator) or the ones most people already have (Google Search). I love apps that are actually useful for everyone, but may not be so well-known. There are four that I absolutely LOVE right now. Three of them […]
~Finley Peter Dunne, quoted in the book “Online Journalism: Principles and Practices of News for the Web, 3rd Edition” by James C. Foust
~Ben Marrison, Editor of The Columbus Dispatch in interview with James C. Foust for the book “Online Journalism: Principles and Practices of News for the Web, 3rd Edition”
~Lecturer Melanie Faizer, Web Journalism
It’s a book title, but I think it’s a great motto. Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web (not the internet), named the first version of the WWW, ENQUIRE, after this book.