Tag Archives: Message boards

Anonymity? Just ask Anonymous …

By MARISA HIVNER It’s amazing what can be done on the Internet, in particular with anonymity. Just ask Anonymous. In 2003 on the Internet forum 4chan.org, Anonymous was born. Anonymous is an Internet meme, generated by a large and unknown … Continue reading

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Yelp offers more than the average review Web site

By ALEX FRUIN While a number of students have mentioned in class and class assignments different resources we use for finding great restaurants and hotspots, none of us have profiled Yelp. Comprised of real reviews from real people, Yelp allows … 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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On the cutting edge of graphics and data visualization

By IKU KAWACHI Infographics are becoming an increasingly important component of multimedia reporting, especially on the Internet, where news consumers are typically less attentive and more demanding of interactivity and visuals than when reading a newspaper or magazine. One Web … Continue reading

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Sportsjournalists.com: Sports journalism for dummies

By AUSTEN GREGERSON Ever wanted to know what people who write about sports think about when they’re not writing about sports? Well, you have odd desires. But lucky for you, the Internet is big enough to fit some of the … Continue reading

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