Monthly Archives: January 2012

I’m using Twitter to sell my body to raise money for the Special Olympics

You read that correctly. If you haven’t already heard, I, along with a group of friends, will be participating in the Penguin Plunge on March 11, 2012 at Lake Quassy in Middlebury, CT. If you don’t know what the Penguin Plunge is, check out this video. Basically, a bunch of nut cases jump into a […]

It’s For the People: Demystifying the Digital First Philosophy

It’s for The People! (note: link has nothing to do with the content of this post) It’s possible I get entirely too excited right before noon on Wednesdays. Today was my third #dfmchat and, to this point, my favorite. Today’s topic was “how Digital First can improve journalism” and, let me tell you, all it […]

On the count of 3, go! How to get digital started in your newsroom

On the count of three, Go! (note: link has nothing to do with the content of this post) OK. So, you want to start producing digital content in your newsroom. You want video, photos, Tweets, Facebook, etc. all worked into your (possibly nonexistent) breaking news process seamlessly. Of course you do. But how do you get […]

The Digital Journalism Manifesto

“Find something you’re passionate about. Make a career doing what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” OK- That may not be the exact quote, but we’ve all heard it before. Maybe it was said by your parents when you were growing up, begging you to stick it out in college […]