By Ron S. Doyle on February 7, 2011
Bloggers and citizen journalists are often accused of—and exposed to opportunities for—unethical behavior. In today’s world of digital publishing, it’s very difficult to know who’s really reporting, how their reporting is funded, and whether or not the information they present is accurate. If you thought Bill Cosby was dead last August, you know what I’m […]
By Ron S. Doyle on December 21, 2010
One thing is certain: People who can see like to look at stuff. Vlogging is still on the rise, online video journalists are proliferating (and possibly reproducing, meow!), and nearly everyone who once thought they were a writer now wonders if they should prop up a camera somewhere and start typing in front of it. […]
By Ron S. Doyle on December 18, 2010
Yep. This sums things up quite nicely. Video originally created by BrooklynLee. Visit the filmmaker’s Xtranormal page and post a comment if you enjoyed it: So You Want to Be a Journalist.
By Ron S. Doyle on December 16, 2010
Ack! I’m both! (I originally found this at Six Revisions: Web Designers vs. Web Developers) Web Designers vs Web Developers is brought to you by Wix.com Use creative design to make a Free Website You are most welcome to share this infographic with your audience.
By Ron S. Doyle on February 7, 2010
Think about the last time you learned about something new—a recipe, a culture, a method for determining whether or not you’re Twitter Trash, etc. Here’s the question: did you jump in headfirst or did you analyze the situation before you began?
By Ron S. Doyle on January 17, 2010
Is your blog goal-oriented, activity-oriented, or learning-oriented?