Real-life David Brent Terry Dunn signs off email about council redundancies with holiday plans | Mail Online
As much as companies spend HOURS training people how to use social media, and most journalists have a code of conduct, the same level of ‘Consider before you publish’ just doesn’t seem to apply to email. Consequently, numpties like this end up in the Daily Mail… ‘We are now consulting on the final stage of our restructure and you may or may not be directly impacted… If you are involved I can fully appreciate the concerns you will have and just ask for your patience…On the home front; off to a punk rock festival in Blackpool this Friday. The Damned, Stiff Little Fingers and the Buzzcocks are amongst the acts playing so those old enough may remember them. I am really looking forward to it as it forms a big part of my past.’ ” Deary, dear me.
Does this study on print vs digital consumption really say what is being reported?
A good consideration of a report that told the industry what it most wanted to hear – print is doing Just Fine. The point I most agree with is that the data is old, in technology and disruption terms. 2011 – it’s another country.
20 search tips and tools for journalists | Journalism.co.uk
Curated by Sarah Marshall, this is a really useful reference round up of different ways you can improve online search.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.