Monthly Archives:&npsp; May 2012

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Cyclists use liveblogs to interact with Giro d’Italia fans

By Lillo Montalto Monella There are two different philosophies that could be followed to liveblog a three-week road bicycle stage race. One is to make sport fans feel like they are listening to the action from an old dusty radio; the other is to recreate that captivating setting of the Read more…

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A list of Facebook IPO liveblogs

Today’s an exciting day, the largest tech IPO ever will happen in just a couple of hours. Facebook has set their share price at $38 per share, at this price they’re set to raise $16 billion, making it the third-largest IPO in U.S. history. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder and CEO Read more…

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Update: Load test date moved to Tuesday

In anticipation of the upcoming Facebook IPO, we have decided to delay the load test that was scheduled for today.  The purpose of this test is to benchmark the services we provide, and in doing so we must push them to their failure point. To ensure there will be no Read more…

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Home buyers share stories on Globe and Mail liveblogs

Money and mortgages are a somewhat taboo topic: everyone’s a voyeur but no one wants to share their balance sheets. That’s why, over the past two weeks, The Globe and Mail has been using ScribbleLive to facilitate conversations about buying homes in Canadian cities. In Canada’s red-hot housing market, talking to real home buyers Read more…

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Using liveblogs to connect a conference to the world

Here in Buenos Aires, I often feel a little disconnected from the Canadian journalism scene. Outside of Tweets and occasional conversations with journalist friends, I have no idea what’s going on behind the stories. Enter the Canadian Association of Journalism’s conference – and their liveblogs covering it. The organization was on fire April 27-29, pushing Read more…

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