Category Archives: Rachel Janosec

Seven laws of journalism we should know…

By RACHEL JANOSEC I was searching across the Internet for recent news on journalism and journalists and came upon an article about the laws of journalism and found it very interesting. The article discussed seven laws that journalists must know … Continue reading

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CareZone offers health-related social media site

By RACHEL JANOSEC Social media have officially taken over and everyone seems to be aware of this. Social media should be about just connecting with loved ones and friends from the past and seeing what your friends are up too, … Continue reading

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Handle passwords carefully and hackers go elsewhere

By RACHEL JANOSEC Cybersecurity is prevalent more then ever, especially since technology basically runs our lives. Journalists depend on their e-mail, websites and blog sites to get their work done and must keep all their passwords safe or their work … Continue reading

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Social media usage skyrockets during Hurricane Sandy

By RACHEL JANOSEC In crisis, reports show that social media usage increases.  Public officials and celebrities embraced social media during Hurricane Sandy during the past week.  They turned to sites like Facebook, Instagram and, especially, Twitter to report major news … Continue reading

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Machines are coming and they want your job

By RACHEL JANOSEC More and more, it is evident that machines want our jobs and human workers can easily be replaced.  No one is safe anymore from these robots and machines that are speeding ahead technologically. Even if you have … Continue reading

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Smartphone and tablet apps for the absent-minded

By RACHEL JANOSEC Journalists and reporters can’t have the negative trait of a poor memory.  They have to remember who they interviewed and when, remember due dates and remember anything else that goes into a good story. Most people resort … Continue reading

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Publishers on Google get a digital choice

By RACHEL JANOSEC Google has been working with publishers and authors for seven years trying to come to a settlement regarding if the publishers partnering with Google should be allowed to digitize their books and journals or not.  After several … Continue reading

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Apple struggles with new map app, competitor Google

By RACHEL JANOSEC For journalists on the go, map apps are highly dependable to get from place to place, especially when reporting a story on a deadline. Journalists who are Apple users became frustrated early last week when Apple put out … Continue reading

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Published images of Muhammad raise ethical questions

By RACHEL JANOSEC Ethical issues fill the journalistic world around us. One of the recurring issues is deciding whether to publish an article/picture or not. As a journalist, it is your job to report the news to the public. But, … Continue reading

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Google finding ways to wire low-income areas in Kansas City

By RACHEL JANOSEC Google Fiber is on a mission to wire homes, schools, libraries and other public institutions in Kansas City, Mo., for a discounted price, but not without a kick. A year after Google made its promise, the online … Continue reading

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New app allows for safer communication

By RACHEL JANOSEC A popular new app on Apple products has been introduced and it allows for safer and easier communication. This new app is winning over many electronically savvy people and goes by the name of HeyTell, Voxer, or … Continue reading

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Apple technology continues to advance journalism field work

By RACHEL JANOSEC With the pen and paper era nearly dying out in the year 2012, reporters and journalists more and more are depending on technology to get their work done. With the iPhone being too small to complete journalistic … Continue reading

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