Monthly Archives: December 2010

The great curation debate

Content curation has been quite the debate as curation has changed from technologically based to being based on human subjectivity — the idea of creators vs. curators. It’s an interesting idea, but I think the notion of treating each as … Continue reading

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History of social media

While this post from the Poyter Institute’s E-Media Tidbits doesn’t necessarily outline how to use social media in journalism, it’s interesting because it looks at the history of social media and how it advances and grows. This is important to … Continue reading

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Student journalist try their hands at innovation

In a contest at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri, students compete to get creative in making apps for different platforms, as this post details. Contests like these are important, especially for journalism students, because it pushes … Continue reading

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