These are my links from March 28th to April 3rd:
- Should a community editor be a Magazine’s first hire? – from Online Journalism Blog http://onlinejournalismblog.com
- Good Minimal Instructions –
- To Succeed On Twitter, Don’t Act Like OMGPOP’s CEO – AllTwitter – Of course, Twitter is not just a marketing platform. People follow you for you so you also need to be yourself. And if you are vitriolic from time to time, or you like to throw in a curse word here and there, you’ll need to find a balance.
But tweeting in anger is usually a blanket no-no.
from Delicious/network/richardk http://www.delicious.com/network/richardk
- Magazine Publishers Start To Coalesce Around Better Digital Metrics — paidContent – Hearst following Conde Nast lead and publishing their distribution stats.
- Many Magazines Racing to Capitalize on Pinterest | MediaWorks – Advertising Age – Pinterest for female publications in particular can capitalise on the traffic
- In Slain Teenager’s Case, a Long Route to National Attention – NYTimes.com – Brian Stelter highlights the interesting way news spreads in an internet age and how diversity in the newsroom also played a part
- The FJP — #OpenJournalism In ten concise tweets Guardian… – Interesting and thought provoking 140 char definition by Alan Rusbridger via @alexgamela
- Impossible Software – Live rendering and embedding in video.