#jcarn: Measuring journalism

Note: This post is another installment for the Carnival of Journalism project, where people passionate about journalism are sharing ideas in the blogosphere about ways to preserve and improve the craft. This month’s prompt: What’s the best way — or ways — to measure journalism and how? The root of journalism is truth, and the time-tested […]

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Five ways to detect Internet BS

In the quest for page views and visitors, bloggers and content creators skate the ethical borders. They steal content. They create meaningless lists. They perpetuate inaccuracy with statistically ridiculous online polls. Do not nibble on these cognitive candy bars; they make for flabby brains. So I offer you a post that is not pilfered, that […]

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The most powerful tweet in the world: Chuck Norris, the iPhone 4 and @ceoSteveJobs

Most tweets exist in the Twittersphere for a few hours. They enter followers’ streams with dozens of others, soon to be cleared out by the latest links, thoughts, and observations of other Twitterers. Some may last a bit longer in the form of retweets. But a rare few survive for weeks as retweeted retweets, restatements, […]

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