Monthly Archives:&npsp; August 2013

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Tech Alert: Google Fusion tables and maps

Data journalists have been using Google Fusion since its inception, and for good reason—it is a tool that makes it relatively straightforward to take a set of data and visualize it on a Google map. If you’re familiar with Google Spreadsheets or Excel, Fusion will be easy to pick up. Read more…

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Solutions for real-time content management: Custom event categories

Ah, the age-old existential content question: If your content exists without the ability to manage it, does it really exist at all? In all honesty, probably not. Or, at least not in any useful way. Event categories With our new custom event categories, you can organize your real-time events in any Read more…

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August 20, 2013 Change Log: Twitter Terms of Service, Time Zones, and Bug Fixes

Here’s what we rolled out today. Twitter Terms of Service Twitter has asked that we make sure everyone has agreed to their terms of service when they first log into Twitter via ScribbleLive. They’ve also asked that we let people know how we intend to use their content before sending Read more…

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Scribble Chat round-up: Not-for-profit Campaigns

This week, we ventured away from the world of media and took a look at how not-for-profit organizations are changing their campaigns to work with social media and fit the real-time world.

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Egypt, the Premier League and German debates

Last week, the news belonged to Egypt and to the chaos that has resulted in hundreds of deaths, thousands of injuries and the destruction of cities across the country. We highlighted some of the best live coverage in a blog post last week, one example which we feature again in Read more…

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