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Aleksandra Sagan

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Tech Alert: Source

Source is a much-deserved pat on the back for journalists using code to tell the news. A ScribbleLive client, the Knight-Mozilla OpenNews project created the site and launched it in late October. According to this article, the director of the project, Dan Sinker, said on MediaShift Idea Lab, that “the site Read more…

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Tech Alert: W3Schools

W3Schools is a free, online school for budding website developers. The site offers free – and I’m going to be repeating this word a lot because it is incredible how much content on this site is, well, free – tutorials in website design. Anyone can take – here comes that Read more…

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Survival through disruption

News organizations have to disrupt newsrooms to survive. At least, that’s the stance three authors are taking in their Nieman Reports article.

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Tech Alert: Kaywa QR Code Generator

The Kaywa QR code generator is a nifty little tool if you ever need to, well, generate a Quick Response code (or QR code). A QR code is a two-dimensional bar code, rather than the standard one-dimensional codes historically used. You can learn more about QR codes here. Now, they’re Read more…

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The future of news from a Forbes insider

Lewis DVorkin earned his journalism degree in 1974 – an age when he self-admittedly aspired to be a “newspaperman.” But now, he’s recognizing the changing journalism world. He’s changing the way mega-news-organization Forbes operates to help it thrive in the digital age. Forbes’ new model, DVorkin writes in his e-book book The Read more…

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Liveblog spotlight: Five blogs from this week

This week our clients witnessed the arrival of the iPad Mini, chatted about the Lance Armstrong controversy, learned about their financial futures, watched the news in North Wales, and viewed the final debate between Mitt Romney and U.S. President Barack Obama.

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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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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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Technology Alert: DocumentCloud

ScribbleLive clients are using a great online, document storage system: DocumentCloud. The most amazing thing about DocumentCloud is that it has a public catalogue of documents and focuses a lot of its energy on opensource work, allowing users to collaborate their efforts – and that’s what ScribbleLive is all about Read more…

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Real-time coverage: Man freefalls from space

Yesterday, Felix Baumgartner jumped from the stratosphere to Earth – breaking the speed of sound and making history as the first person to travel at supersonic speed without being inside a jet or spacecraft. YouTube ran a livestream of the event, and according to YouTube officials,  eight million viewers watched Read more…

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Liveblog spotlight: Five blogs from this week

This week, our clients covered a sports court case, watched a balloon fiesta, analyzed the U.S. vice-presidential debates, and spoke with Justin Bieber’s mom and the MPR membership director…

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