The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Clases de Periodismo. X Media Lab - The internationally acclaimed creative industries event. PAST EDITION « TEDxTransmedia 2013. TEDxTalks. Musician Scott Mescudi, aka Kid Cudi, returns to his high school to talk about growing up and his career path in the music industry.
Born Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi in Cleveland, Kid Cudi began rapping while attending Shaker Heights High School and later Solon High School. In 2004, Kid Cudi moved to Brooklyn, NY to pursue his rap career. He released his first mixtape, “A Kid Named Cudi,” in 2008. The mixtape earned Kanye West’s attention, leading him to sign Cudi to his GOOD Music imprint.
As an up-and-coming artist, Cudi contributed hooks and lyrics to songs by West and Jay-Z, including “Heartless,” “Paranoid” and “Already Home.” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Announcing the Miso Project. Today we are releasing the first part of the Miso project, a set of Open Source tools designed to make it faster and easier to create high quality interactive and data visualization content.
Large news sites often use custom code to accomplish the task. Smaller sites tend to use Twitter’s own widget, which I find slow and inadequate for the task. Fortunately, there is a solution that uses a tool that many of us are already familiar with: CoveritLive. CoveritLive is not just for live blogging. The service is able to pull in the live tweets from individual users, lists, search terms and hashtags. 1. If you do not know how to use CoveritLive, a some great tutorials are available here. 2. At the next screen you will be presented with embed code. 3. 4.
Online News Association. CyberJournalist.net. Periodismo con Futuro. Campfire Journalism. eCuaderno. The Future of News. A colleague of mine at the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Val Lauder, recently shared this article with the faculty e-mail list.
The piece, written by Johnnie L. Roberts for Newsweek, wonders “Can News Anchors like Katie Couric Survive?” I don’t know whether anchors like Katie Couric can survive, but there is one kind of news anchor that is thriving. They’re called bloggers. The Newsweek article is built around this money quote from Don Hewitt: And Hewitt, 85, the man who coined the term “anchor,” says it may signal the end of an era. We hear those last two sentences a lot, but what do they mean? The economic answer is that in an era of media proliferation and audience splintering the human personality is the most important factor in brand differentiation. The editorial answer is that anchors build trust. But it also said this: (From it sprang one short-lived, terribly unsuccessful and un-resurrected idea. Like this: Like Loading... 233grados.com.