Monthly Archives: May 2014

Social media has wrecked my blog*

I am a lazy blogger but it’s not my fault. Twitter and Diigo are to blame for my indolence, and Blogger has a part to play in it too. You see, it’s so easy to just tweet a link, perhaps with … Continue reading

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

Verifying Social Media Content: The Best Links, Case Studies and Discussion | Groundswell tags:how-to verification BBC ‘NewsLabs team’ to drive innovation | Media news tags:innovation BBC Jill Abramson’s Ouster: Why Aren’t Standards This High For Male Leaders? – Sarah Green … Continue reading

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

Your Brain on Story: Why Narratives Win Our Hearts and Minds – Pacific Standard: The Science of Society “Neuroscientists published research showing the changes in neural patterns of volunteers after reading a narrative story based on real events. The researchers … Continue reading

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

Reader Flow and theArticle Gateway I believe we spend far to much time faffing about making home pages look ‘right’ when much of our traffic comes to stories direct rather than from our shop window, so to speak. Therefore, of … Continue reading

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