While I was looking for information about weblogs in newsrooms, I discovered this item from March on Poynter’s Web site discussing Wikipedia’s usefulness to journalists. A few of us have been writing about its reliability and content quality, like in this other post. Addendum 8/28: Bob Stepno shares this post.
Archive for August 26th, 2004
Sabrina Pacifici of LLRX.com shares a few helpful tips for those people considering starting a blog.
I suppose in some ways, Manila is a cross between a blog and a file/document management system because it allows for the uploading of files, which someone can then point to from a blog entry, but I have something much more sophisticated in mind. Does anyone know if something like this exists? As I’ve been [...]
The Telegram & Gazette Library in Worcester, Massachusetts, has a relatively new blog aimed at the publication’s journalists and other library users. One of my esteemed colleagues shared the URL with me.
A colleague came to me all excited the other day, “I just got out of an intense LexisNexis course!” He gushed “I know jiu jitsu now!” I replied, “Do you really know jiu jitsu or do you just know how to find it?”