Monthly Archives: February 2011

Media diary assignment

The next assignment has three elements. All three elements are not due until Feb. 28, but you must post the first element – your media diary – to your own blog and tweet it to the class blog by Noon … Continue reading

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Test post for Tolleah

Here is some text that we want to link up. For more information about this click here. From a story on the Nationals.

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Using tables in stories

Flash, Java, Widgets, oh my! We see news organizations using these formats over and over to help tell stories. In some cases, a plain HTML table will do the trick, like in Terry Pluto’s column for the Cleveland Plain Dealer … Continue reading

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WordPress photo alignment

Wondering what your photos will look like in WordPress? This blogger created a handy guide to the typical alignments and sizes. Check it out!

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Huffington Post and SEO

Just a quick post with some info about search engine optimization. Kind of a tongue-in-cheek approach but worth reading.

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Wes Lindamood and NPR’s Project Argo

“It is our pleasure to serve you,” at least that’s what the New York deli coffee cup said in NPR Web developer Wes Lindamood’s presentation to our Jour 352 class on Monday in Knight Hall. But the NPR member station … Continue reading

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Class assignments for Feb. 8 – Feb. 14

Long Tail – We talked about the idea of a “long tail” and how important it is for news organzitions who put a lot of effort into stories, archives, graphics presentations, et. al. to produce material with a long shelf … Continue reading

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