Bookmarks for November 15th to December 4th

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These are my links from November 15th to December 4th: Finding Your CSS Styles « WordPress Codex – Creating your own Page Templates | Josh Leuze – Template Hierarchy « WordPress Codex – Interlude – Interactive Video – Video platform behind the Bob Dylan interactive A look inside the Wall Street Journal’s video app toolbox… Read more »

Bookmarks for November 15th from 10:19 to 11:12

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These are my links for November 15th from 10:19 to 11:12: Tweeting the typhoon: Social media judgement for newsrooms | Media news | Journalism.co.uk – New York Post launches new website – all on WordPress – GeoGuessr – Let’s explore the world! – Incredible High-Resolution Interactive Map of the World’s Shrinking Forests – Wired Science… Read more »

Bookmarks for October 21st to November 1st

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These are my links from October 21st to November 1st: Page Builder Plugin | SiteOrigin – Really easy drag and drop page layout Beyond the Pie Chart: New Tool for Creating Data Visualizations – 10,000 Words – 9 tools for journalists to produce immersive stories | Media news | Journalism.co.uk – How to get past… Read more »

Bookmarks for September 11th to October 21st

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These are my links from September 11th to October 21st: 3 Journalism-y Things You Should Add to Your Reading List – 10,000 Words – A 17-Minute Film Set Entirely On A Teen’s Computer Screen | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce – Create a Cool Website with Fancy Scrolling Effects – Using Javascript to… Read more »

Bookmarks for August 6th to September 11th

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These are my links from August 6th to September 11th: A scientific guide to writing great headlines on Twitter, Facebook and your Blog – The Buffer Blog – Very compehensive guide to what works best in digital Getting Started with Evernote Food | Evernote – Intriguing little app from Evernote eager to download and play… Read more »

Bookmarks for June 11th to July 24th

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These are my links from June 11th to July 24th: Engage: Open Data Sites – Interesting collection of worldwide datasets, particularly on the licence front Easily Remove Image Backgrounds Online – Clipping Magic – I always forget how to do this in Photoshop. Really simple to use clipping tool. WordPress › Hyves respect button «… Read more »

Bookmarks for May 7th to May 20th

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These are my links from May 7th to May 20th: BBC Radio 1′s Nick Grimshaw stumbles as it turns to age-old strategies – What Is Facebook EdgeRank and Why Does It Matter? [INFOGRAPHIC] – from Delicious/network/richardk http://previous.delicious.com/network/richardk The Story of the Season – Another great visualisation built by Anna Powell Smith using match data from… Read more »

Bookmarks for March 22nd to April 30th

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These are my links from March 22nd to April 30th: #ijf13: Five tips for journalists on smart social media use | Media news | Journalism.co.uk – Notes from International Journalism Festival panel discussion We need to reinvent the article – SeanBlanda.com – via @GuardianJoanna OpenRefine – For cleaning messy data, formally Google Refine How Britain… Read more »

Bookmarks for March 15th to March 21st

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These are my links from March 15th to March 21st: Free Online Data Training – Free video seminars and interactive videos Visualising Twitter Friend Connections Using Gephi – An Example Using the @WiredUK Friends Network | Resources | Data Driven Journalism #Tip: Add the ‘send to Kindle’ button to your site or blog – Send… Read more »

Bookmarks for March 12th from 14:44 to 17:43

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These are my links for March 12th from 14:44 to 17:43: Daring Fireball: Markdown – What is open data? | Open Data Institute – Tutorial: how to embed customized legend in Google Fusion tables maps – Get started with Web coding. Part 2: JavaScript and jQuery « Teaching Online Journalism – from Teaching Online Journalism… Read more »