Places, Everyone! (Daily Filter)
Written by Ryan Thornburg August 19, 2010 8:00 am EDT No comments
I’m just going to skip right over yesterday’s tweets, live blogs, streaming videos and Flickr channels of Facebook’s location feature. I opened the filter a bit wider to let in a wider variety of sources, but Mashable and PBS/Knight/IdeaLab/MediaShift still go the most headlines through the filter.
And speaking of filters …
Google Releases Universal Search for Gmail, Docs and Sites I won’t be happy until it can find my keys and documentation of my that December 2003 expense report that accounting still hasn’t pushed through.
The future of UI Is VUI the new GUI?
Verizon Plans to Bring Live TV Streaming to the iPad The future of news is all about getting the right information to the right people at the right time.
FINDING THE MEDIATED CITY Durn, there’s a lot of words in this post. But whatever a mediated city is, I think journalists need to be at the center of creating it.
Auto-Tweeting Your Way to Spamsville Yup. Twitter’s about conversation. Not something you automate.
Broadcast Viewer Average Age: 51 Is it the device or the content that young folks don’t like?
The Web is not dead, but many wish it so
Too many words for me to sound them all out, but Steve Yelvington looks like he might have smart thoughts about the inflammatory Wired article.
It’s still about the journalism, not the CMS I will be so glad when people feel like they no longer have to build their own CMS. Can’t everyone just use Drupal, the most awesomest CMS that is way better than anything else and is used by all the cool kids? The partisanship just has to stop.
The Web Design Community Offers Advice To Beginners Quickly saw a line that I might turn into a t-shirt for class. “Google before you ask.”
Statelight: Transparency in a Box, Pt. 2 I’m generally skeptical of anything in a box. They are usually operated with a turnkey and are bought at a one-stop-shop. But Statline’s good people. And the Good Lord knows we need more transparency at the state level.
Gannett Goes Hyperlocal With HighSchoolSports.net Wanna oust your local incumbent news organization? Publish a database of local crime, gossip about the schools and the scores and video from high school sports.
A fresh look at reporting skills Looks like Mindy McAdams has a good conversation going over at her blog. Need to stop in and check it out.
And finally a handful of posts that always draw my attention — ones that start with a number or an interrogative:
5 Useful Facebook Trend and Search Services
5 Questions with John Byrne of BusinessWeek, Fast Company, and Now, C-Change Media
10 Ways to Make Video a More Interactive Experience
NPR Listening By The Numbers—And The Platform
How Training Citizen Journalists Made a Difference
How Metadata Can Eliminate the Need for Pay Walls
Triple Filtered? That’s Smirnoff Ice. This Is Only a Double Filter.
Written by Ryan Thornburg August 18, 2010 9:35 am EDT No comments
First of all, I don’t even want to talk to you about this post’s headline. Unless you’re my therapist or in need of SEO consulting.
But I do want to bring you another attempt at headlines I’ve culled from my tech/social filters… and yet still don’t have time to read. Mashable and Romenesko still caught my eye the most this morning, but TechPresident and the PBS/Knight Foundation MediaShift IdeaLab (or whatever that very good site should be called) also added some variety to the mix.
So, without further ado. I filter these to you. Please filter them back to me.Learn More
I Filter, You Summarize?
Written by Ryan Thornburg August 17, 2010 9:41 am EDT No comments
Clay Shirky said we don’t suffer from information overload, but filter failure. That sounds right to me. Despite by efforts to use social and technical filters to focus my daily doses of e-mail newsletters, RSS feeds and tweets, I still find myself swamped with more words than I can read in the hour I’ve given myself to “read-in” each day. I am much more efficient at pulling things that might be interesting than carefully reading text for anything that’s actually new and noteworthy.
So here’s a new deal I’m going to start trying. I find the headlines and I ask you to filter back to me the new facts, missing info and impact of the stories. If you read one of the stories that pass my filter, will kindly post one comment if you find anything interesting in the articles themselves?
Here’s what passed through my filter today:Learn More
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