Monthly Archives: July 2007

Pew: 57% of Internet users watch video

The Pew Internet and American Life Project has released a study this week that indicates: -57% of Internet users have watched online videos and MOST of them share what they find. -Three-fourths of broadband users who have high-speed connections at … Continue reading

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Online News Association seeks award screeners

Interested in checking out some of the best online journalism projects? The Online News Association is looking for screeners to assist in the selection process for the annual ONA awards. And, says ONA board member Anthony Moor, if you do … Continue reading

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Blogger takes long view, makes metrics discovery

ProBlogger Darren Rowse made an interesting discovery when he took a closer look at his blog’s metrics: one of his blog posts received more traffic from StumbleUpon than from Digg — but he had to take a long view of … Continue reading

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Journalistopia Cartoon: July 12, 2007

Image URL: http://journalistopia.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/cartoon-051607-googlemap.jpgFor Google Maps tutorials and neat examples visit: Google Maps Mania, Google Maps API Blog, and the Journalistopia maps category.

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Find the ultimate cheat sheet

Amy Webb over at mydigimedia has discovered the set of cheat sheets to put all other cheat sheets to shame. From HTML character entities, Photoshop keyboard shortcuts and a CSS shorthand guide, you’re going to find everything your designer/geek heart … Continue reading

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Almost official: Nielsen drops page views as primary metric

Various news outlets report today that Nielsen/NetRatings will begin using time spent on a Web site in lieu of the much-maligned page view as its primary metric to determine a site’s success. This move that has been expected for some … Continue reading

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