9 Tools to Help Live-Stream Your Newsroom “We’d like to write blog posts, but don’t have time.” That’s the oft-heard lament in newsrooms. More and more traditional journalists recognize the benefits of blogging and social media, but many just can’t figure out how to add them to their existing workload. I have a solution that seems to work in our newsroom. When faced with this issue, I recommend colleagues do everything they usually do, such as have brainstorming sessions, take part in editorial meetings, do research and collect web links — except now they should do it publicly. So now, for example, brainstorming can be done with a wiki-like tool, and notes from a meeting or background research can become a blog post.
Argumentation theory Argumentation theory, or argumentation, is the interdisciplinary study of how humans should, can, and do reach conclusions through logical reasoning, that is, claims based, soundly or not, on premise Premise can refer to:* Premise, a claim that is a reason for, or an objection against, some other claim as part of an argument... s. It includes the arts and sciences of civil debate, dialogue Latinos Human Resources is an integral part of any company that wants to build a dynamic and creative workforce USA > ImpreMedia infusion Can Argentine media giant La Nación breathe new life into the longtime Hispanic newspaper chain?
Michael Lewis The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street By MICHAEL LEWIS How a band of outsiders discovered that the stock market was rigged — and set out to change it. April 6, 2014, Sunday Stocks in the News: Discover, Intel, Citigroup, Harley Davidson Stocks held on to gains as the Federal Reserve left its key lending rate unchanged and on better-than-expected news from economic reports on housing starts and import prices. The S&P500 continued its gains, finishing 8.95 points up for a 17-month high set in October 2008 of 1,159.46. The Dow Jones Industrial Average continued its sixth-consecutive daily gain, ending up 43.83 points at 10,685.98.
Evolution Timeline - AndaBien The background indicates inches and feet. 1/20th in. = roughly 100 thousand years. (108,000) 1 inch = about 2 million years. (2,160,000) 1 foot = about 26 million years. (25,920,000) The whole page is about 135 feet wide, almost half a football field, representing 3.5 billion years. (3,500,000,000) For more information, move your cursor over the bars. To really gain some perspective, pay attention to the bottom scroll bar. To make this more accessible to the average person I have simplified the presentation of the evolutionary record. Students of paleontology will notice omissions. Zoom in by a factor of 1,000 on the Hominid Timeline, from walking upright to the present day.
Contest The IRE Awards is the annual contest of Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. recognizing the best in investigative reporting by print, broadcast and online media. After judging, all entries are placed in IRE's Resource Center story library so that IRE members may learn from others' triumphs and troubles. The contest helps identify techniques and resources used by the entrants. Less Selection, Tighter Wallets Are the New Normal as Retail Rec Careful shoppers and leaner store shelves will be the norm as retail recovers in 2010, and that state of affairs could last a while, according to a new study. The annual Global Powers of Retailing 2010 report by consultants Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu forecasts stores will see sales recover in the short term. But it also warns retailers face a tougher environment during the next decade that will force changes in how and what they sell. %%DynaPub-Enhancement class="enhancement contentType-HTML Content fragmentId-1 payloadId-61603 alignment-right size-small"%% Retailers will have a good year in 2010 "not a great year, but pretty good," said Ira Kalish, director of global economics for Deloitte Research. Several countries, including the U.S., are emerging from the recession and facing pent-up consumer demand, which should drive higher sales. "In five, ten years, this will be a rougher market for retailers," he told the annual meeting of the National Retail Federation.
Revenge of the Introvert by Laurie Helgoe, Ph.D. After ten years as a psychologist practicing psychodynamic psychotherapy , I reclined on the couch of my own analyst feeling burdened by my chosen work. After a day of seeing patients, I was drained. I had been trained to listen at many levels—words, emotions, unconscious disclosures—and I took all of that in and sorted it out in my mind. I was good at helping others discover and pursue what they wanted out of life.