Monthly Archives:&npsp; September 2013

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Best Practices

Get selective: How to use Twitter auto-post filters

You know, I think Twitter is a lot like dating: There’s so much out there, but you have to be selective in who you spend your time with—or who knows what kind of junk will filter into your life. This can be no more true than when you’re automatically posting Read more…

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Interviews

Scribble Chat round-up: Boston Bombings

The Boston Marathon bombings and Watertown manhunt challenged real-time reporters in many ways. Between the trauma, mixed reports, faulty tweets, photos rushed to publication and people rushing to find loved ones – how did they discern what’s right? And how did they make that decision when mere seconds separated them Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Navy Yard Shooting, Concordia and Apple

The cold is setting in, the leaves are starting to turn and news websites are no longer filled with animal stories and holiday snaps – the summer is well and truly behind us. To help ease this painful transition, we’re bringing together five of the best real-time events from the Read more…

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Tech alert: Wolfram|Alpha

Think fast: when is Harry Potter‘s birthday? You may know that the wizard first came to our collective consciousness in 1997 (for the books) and in 2001 (for the movies) — but what day was the character actually born? Enter Wolfram|Alpha. Essentially, Wolfram|Alpha is a vast library of knowledge– from static results Read more…

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Scribble Chat round-up: Politics

Scandals. Backroom deals. Cover-ups. Political reporting has it all. Your audience is politically savvy and wants to push beyond the headlines. Real-time reporting before, during and after a political event provides insight into how world’s governmental gears run –and this week’s panel of experts did just this.

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