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Alcatraz Island: Getting rattled on 'the Rock' - Travel - LATimes.com - http://www.latimes.com/travel...
At sundown, when the tourists leave the San Francisco Bay stronghold, one lonesome soul is left behind — the night watchman. - Steve Outing
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'Let's Stay Together' - http://www.npr.org/2000...
Willie Mitchell, architect of the legendary Memphis soul sound, died Tuesday, January 5, 2009 at the age of 81. NPR remembers him with a song he produced for Al Green. - Steve Outing
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Hacking the iPhone App Store's Ranking Algorithm - ReadWriteStart - http://www.readwriteweb.com/start...
Tips for iPhone app developers - Steve Outing
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Hacking the iPhone App Store's Ranking Algorithm - ReadWriteStart - http://www.readwriteweb.com/start...
Tips for iPhone app developers - Steve Outing
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Promising online news organizations - The hunt is on - http://www.knightdigitalmediac...
Knight Digital Media Center - Steve Outing
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Promising online news organizations - The hunt is on - http://www.knightdigitalmediac...
Knight Digital Media Center - Steve Outing
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The Future of Journalism Education - http://mediactive.com/2010...
By Dan Gillmor - Steve Outing
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The Future of Journalism Education - http://mediactive.com/2010...
By Dan Gillmor - Steve Outing
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Mobile Within US Consumers’ Overall Media Usage - http://www.luthresearch.com/SavvyQu...
Savvyquest - Dec. 2009 data - Steve Outing
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Mobile Within US Consumers’ Overall Media Usage - http://www.luthresearch.com/SavvyQu...
Savvyquest - Dec. 2009 data - Steve Outing
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Let's Talk: Journalism and Social Media - http://www.nieman.harvard.edu/reports...
Nieman Reports special package. - Steve Outing
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NPR Builds a Brain Trust : CJR - http://www.cjr.org/the_new...
Digital Think In report from San Francisco - Steve Outing
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Knight Foundation to Fund Plug-and-Play Version of EveryBlock - http://www.poynter.org/column...
In addition to funding further development of EveryBlock, Kebbel said Knight is rolling out something he called the "Test Kitchen" later this year or early next year to explore ways to make it easier for people and organizations to install and use the software created through its grants. "That's an example of how the Knight Foundation's thinking is changing," Kebbel said. The Test Kitchen idea is still in the planning stages, but Kebbel envisions it as a collaboration between community news organizations, universities and others who set up testing labs. The purpose would be to create a live testing environment to make these projects easier to install. Much like how Knight will be testing the new plug-and-play EveryBlock at select news organizations around the country, these labs would test easier-to-install versions of the open source software before it is released. - Steve Outing
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#americanexpress sucks!! So annoying when you miss a payment by accident and complete inflexibility by them. I canceled. Avoid AmEx!
don't they all do this kind of stuff... grrr ditto - Yann Ropars
Of course. But now we have social media to amplify our complaints. 8^) - Steve Outing
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Knight president Alberto Ibarguen live chat - http://philanthropy.com/live...
The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Live Discussions - Steve Outing
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Media: National Public Radio's Digital Makeover | Newsweek Business | Newsweek.com - http://www.newsweek.com/id...
Vivian Schiller interview (NPR CEO) - Steve Outing
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Content Bridges: Attributor "Fair Syndication Consortium" Completes Newspaper Trifecta - http://www.contentbridges.com/2009...
With Attributor's tracking technology, publishers could ask offending site's to "take down" content, but had little recourse if they didn't. The new stick here -- the ability to tell a search engine directing traffic to that site or an network serving ads on that site, to "take down" the content. With more complete knowledge, the excuse of "not knowing" becomes less, well, excusable. - Steve Outing
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Do Drug Companies Secretly Favor a World Flu Pandemic? - http://articles.mercola.com/sites...
H1N1 - Steve Outing
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Min Media Freelance Jobs service - Steve Outing
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Texas Monthly editor steps down to become CEO of Texas Tribune - http://www.poynter.org/column...
Poynter Online - Romenesko - Steve Outing
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History of StarText (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) - http://gerrypronouncedgary.blogspot.com/2009...
Gerry Pronounced Gary: Introducing StarText: The Little Online Service That Could - Steve Outing
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I'm sorry, I don't get it. No MJ funeral TV or webcast viewing for me. This overkill just makes me sad for state of US news media.
Heh, because no one else out there in the world is watching along? - Scoble, Alex Scoble
THIS makes you sad for the state of US news media? This is one of the few events that's deserved the coverage it received. US News media is manner of screwed up sure, but not for this. - Richard Lawler
I think you need to remove the "US" from the statement. - Scoble, Alex Scoble
Yes, Alex, the sad state of Norwegian news media too in that case. Norwegian state-owned broadcasting network (NRK) is sending the full memorial/funeral this evening I think. Except there´s also an ongoing debate on the side in newspapers and radio whether all the MJ news is overkill (especially on state-owned and tax-subsidized TV) or not, which debate I´m sure exists in other countries´s media as well. - ɯɥøq sɐɯoɥʇ
What I don't get: MJ was star for baby boomer generation (like me, now 52). Is over-saturation because media decision-makers are in that age range? Do younger people really want this much coverage? I doubt it. My teen daughter knows who he is, likes some of his old music. But his death has little impact for her. - Steve Outing
How young is younger? if you're over 21 you remember how much of an event his albums and shows were. I think he was as big, if not a bigger star for gen x / y - Richard Lawler
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Etaoin Shrdlu: What if readers decide what to pay for news? [feedly] - http://editor.blogspot.com/2009...
Want to turn the pay-for-content debate on its head? Fine then; take a look at Doc Searls’ plan that envisions a world where creators do charge for content, but consumers determine what price to pay. - mathew ingram
Several companies thought of this some time ago: Kachingle, Contenture, and ... one with a funny name I can't remember at this moment! - Steve Outing
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Learning to share in the media sandbox - Random Mumblings - http://www.jacklail.com/blog...
Content sharing by newspapers, TV, etc. - Steve Outing
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Vivian Schiller - NPR CEO - http://www.knightpulse.org/blog...
Knight Pulse video interview - Steve Outing
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Summary of Findings: Many Would Shrug if Their Local Newspaper Closed - http://people-press.org/report...
Pew Research - Steve Outing
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Columbia J-School’s Existential Crisis -- Daily Intel -- New York News Blog -- New York Magazine - http://nymag.com/daily...
Columbia J-School’s Existential Crisis - Steve Outing
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