Monthly Archives: March 2014

This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

Socdir | Your social media directory of tools. There are a lot of resources in this directory, from basic to complex tools, many of which are rated and assessed by users. Very handy tags: tools social media directory Heckta for … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

How we built Ampp3d in eight weeks “Most publishers give their staff massive desktop monitors to work on, using desktop software tools, and a CMS that works on a desktop. And then the majority of users view the output on … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

Neil Gaiman’s Journal: Storms and how they start “Twitterstorms are no fun when people are making up things about you or insulting you for things you didn’t do or think or say. When scores of people from a group that … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

14 takeaways from the news:rewired digital journalism conference Does exactly what it says on the tin. tags: news:rewired Crossing the language boundaries across your newsroom: journo to dev and back An open Google Doc that considers how traditional reporters and … Continue reading

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Social media monitoring and analytics (infographic)

Not 100% sure who I owe a hat tip to for tweeting a link to this infographic about social media monitoring (I suspect David Thackeray though).It is exceptionally useful, anyway, and I thought I would store it on my blog as it’s a … Continue reading

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