Tag Archives: Blogs and bloggers

Let’s get…frisky? Check out TheFrisky.com

By MARISA HIVNER “Things That Are Funnier Than Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino,” was the headline that caught my eye as I put my studies on hold to peruse the Internet. I can name a lot of things funnier than Mr. … Continue reading

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Jeff Jarvis: Journalist turned blogger offers BuzzMachine

By CAMRON GHORBI More and more in today’s tech-infused journalism world, writers strictly attached to newspapers are forced to take up technology to supplement their talents. Writers everywhere have Twitter feeds, blogs on newspaper websites, YouTube streams and every other possible … Continue reading

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Christopher Lee: how not to use Craigslist

By MARISA HIVNER What makes the Internet so awesome? Could it be that almost any and all information is just a click away, or could it be that it keeps people connected in ways that the snail mail of the … Continue reading

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Stuff that journalists like

Journalists come from all walks of life and no two stories are identical. We all have our own reasons for wanting to be journalists and for the most part we all have a picture in our mind of where we’d … Continue reading

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Tumblr: No hassle blogging on this site

By KEILAN AWONG Ever wanted your very own blog? A space to call your own on the infinite stretch of superhighway that is the Internet? Is the only thing deterring you from doing this the fact that you simply don’t … Continue reading

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Yelping out loud

By JOE CERVONE It used to be that restaurant critiques came in two forms: from the written professionals and simply from word of mouth among friends and families. As the Internet as evolved and social media has expanded, it was … 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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Law for dummies: A necessary source for journalists

By ALEX FRUIN Whether you’re covering a murder case, a Ponzi scheme, or even a seemingly simple town hall meeting, if you’re a journalist, you’re going to come in contact with the law. Though a number of courses that deal … Continue reading

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The 787, aviation reporting, and participatory journalism

By IKU KAWACHI Developing and putting into production a brand-new commercial jetliner is always a massive undertaking for aerospace companies like Boeing (United States), Airbus (France), and Embraer (Brazil), one that can cost tens of billions of dollars. While such … Continue reading

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Online tools offer help for Web page designers

By IKU KAWACHI Most of us who have never had the opportunity to delve in multimedia design — either for the Web or for print — have never had to worry about fonts, margins, “Web-safe” color palettes and Cascading Style … Continue reading

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Make money with your blog

By ABIGAIL L. GARNER This past weekend I had the great opportunity to attend the ACP/CMA national college media convention in Louisville, Ky. Throughout the convention I attended many different sessions in which people who are currently in the field … Continue reading

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Breaking down and predicting the political races with statistics

By AUSTEN GREGERSON It is midterm election season, with politics becoming our third-largest sport behind football and World Series baseball for next few days. That being the case, someone looking to cut through the static of cable news channels for … Continue reading

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Shift in journalism and citizen reporting

By ABIGAIL L. GARNER As graduation nears and I scour the job market, it has become apparent to me that there is a big shift in journalism. It seems that since there are becoming more ways for citizens to become … Continue reading

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Looking for a journalism internship?

By ALEX FRUIN It’s that time of year again. Since it’s only October, it’s hard to believe that companies are already scouting for interns (or, for those of us who are college seniors and beyond, new employees), but the truth … Continue reading

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