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News on Wikipedia brings journalists together

By KELSEY PINAULT Many online users know of Wikipedia as a nonviable news source. The Web site that was starting with the intent of sharking news and having the public contribute information does just that. However, many still don’t see … Continue reading

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The Reuters ‘Handbook of Journalism’

By KELSEY PINAULT “Internet reporting is nothing more than applying the principles of sound journalism to the sometimes unusual situations thrown up in the virtual world.” The Web site Handbook of Journalism, is a guide to journalism from the Reuters … Continue reading

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Power Reporting site offers useful online tools for journalists

By KELSEY PINAULT Prof. Garrison sparked my interest in a site geared towards journalists last week in class. Power Reporting, www.powerreporting.com, has been an active site for 12 years as a free resource for journalists and aspiring journalists. Power Reporting, … Continue reading

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If a picture is worth 1,000 words, what’s journalism worth?

By KELSEY PINAULT After a while I start to wonder what websites there are that haven’t been covered that are worth blogging about for this class. Convinced I have shared all the ones I knew of, I decided to do … Continue reading

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NewsU is a fun way to experience journalism classes online

By KELSEY PINAULT If it weren’t for my CNJ 111 News Writing class in freshman year, I would have never learned about the website for Poynter’s News University. With one to two assignments a week in this class and my … Continue reading

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As if Google wasn’t fast enough …

By KELSEY PINAULT What once started as a simple search engine just five years ago, is now one of the fastest expanding corporations in the U.S. Google was started by two Ph.D. students at Stanford University who were trying to … Continue reading

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A museum for news

By KELSEY PINAULT As a journalist, whether I’m researching the latest breaking news for a story or just wondering what’s going on in the world, I find myself at a loss of what newspaper website to look at first. What … Continue reading

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