Monthly Archives:&npsp; October 2012

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Interact with fellow fans during this World Series

Game one of the 108th World Series is starting tonight in San Francisco with the Detroit Tigers going up against the San Francisco Giants. Publications from both teams’ hometowns will be providing live coverage of the games using ScribbleLive. You can join their live discussions each game for a fun, Read more…

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Technology Alert: Wordle

Wordle is a staple tool for making quick and easy visualizations. The website lets users turn any piece of text into a so-called word cloud. A Wordle is an image representing the text you chose. You copy and paste some text into the Wordle site or just put in the Read more…

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Introducing the comment stream pause button

Our clients have produced a lot of liveblogs and are attracting more readers than ever. As community interaction grows, people have been asking for ways to ensure every comment is addressed. Please welcome the comment pause button. ScribbleLive has introduced the new feature, which allows users to pause the stream of Read more…

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Live coverage of the October 23rd Apple Event

You can catch live coverage of the Apple Event scheduled for October 23rd, 2012 at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET on any of the following live blogs: Note: we will update this list tomorrow morning as more outlets create their live blogs CNET – Starting at 12:00pm EST Mashable – Starting Read more…

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Big changes are coming to the way ScribbleLive uses Twitter

Twitter has recently updated their display guidelines, so ScribbleLive built some new features to make it easier for your readers to interact with tweets on your liveblog. We’ve also made it easier to send your liveblog content out to Twitter. The company’s new rules require any outside company wanting to Read more…

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Disrupting the newsroom… in 1925

ScribbleLive gives newsrooms around the world the ability to cover events in real-time through liveblogging. These days, customers expect to get the news as it happens – constantly being updated when breaking news develops. Customers didn’t have this expectation in 1925, but that didn’t stop one news organization from delivering Read more…

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Liveblog spotlight: Five blogs from this week

This week our clients watched the Ironman world championships, chatted with three authors, kept-up with the US presidential election coverage during the second candidates debate, …

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