On Google+, hashtags help surface related content. On Twitter, hashtags enable news to spread fast. On Facebook, hashtags turn your posts into garbage.
It’s that semester again. “Fall.” Come spend it as an intern for Tumblr.
Email your resume, Tumblr URL, and a short cover letter to email@example.com, and include the team you’re applying to in the subject line.
Plus: Fall in New York City. Best season, no contest.
Interning for Tumblr. Would you be an Intrn, then?
Breaking news smells like bagels and coffee.
Summer Journalism Institute at UF
Great Summer! Brings back the memories!
Shirky answered: “I was speechless for a moment, then exploded, telling her that print was in terminal decline and that everyone in the class needed to understand this if they were thinking of journalism as a major or a profession….This was a room full of people who would rather lick asphalt than subscribe to a paper publication; what on earth would make them think print was anything other than a wasting asset?”
"My parents are actually pushing me away from journalism because they say it’s a dying career."
“What do you tell them when they say that?”
“It’s what I love and what I’ll stick with.”
I love both this post and the blogger who writes Humans of Journalism. Of course, I am biased because she did an installment on my tattoo.
Coming at you live with SJI news from room 353. 2 blondes with a passion for design and writing, and…
I know, you were just wondering, what was Wayne up to this week? Here is a student blog that aggregated info from UF’s Summer Journalism Institute. I had the pleasure of being on faculty for the third year this week. Amazing students.
Can you figure out what this recording of nonsense says? How about now?
Great data visualization of tough times in USA, county by county.