Monthly Archives: December 2009

Storybird: A collaborative storytelling tool for… journalists (and why not?)

I don’t know if I’m late to the party with this but I’ve just discovered Storybird and, let me tell you, it’s an amazing website. So brilliantly simple, effective (and free – essential for me to try something for the … Continue reading

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reBlog from blogs.liverpoolecho.co.uk: Liverpool Echo – Tech Blog

I have a new blog – it’s an official work one, ostensibly about technology but actually about all kinds of digital stuff that interests me. Not likely to bother TechCrunch, for example.Anyway, I wrote about a local Flickr group issue … Continue reading

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Living Stories

via livingstories.googlelabs.com MSM tries its hand at curation. Posted via web from

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Are you happy?

Just a quick post to share an image I found via a social work blog (the original source is here) because it has, I think, real resonance for newspaper journalists right now.I’d say that currently there are more opportunities than … Continue reading

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