10 Drop-Dead Easy Ways You Can Use Storify to Create Compelling Content Storify has been around since 2010 and has gained some traction with users but it’s not really been a bloggers dream tool until it released its iPad app earlier this year. Sure, there are similar curation tools out there, but nothing quite like Storify that allows you to take text, documents, videos and images, alongside social media content in a clean vertical like this story by Mike Cassidy called What Facebook’s $38 IPO price means to the rest of us: The reason this is so cool is that the drag-and-drop curation keeps all of the original links and functionality…and then embeds them into your post. Then add your commentary: You can then search in Storify using keywords that it will uncover content for you. You then find the tweet that is relevant to your discussion and drag it to your document and it shows up like this:
I Challenge You To Try These 5 Things In Photography by Digital Photo Secrets Do you remember when you were a kid and totally afraid to jump in the water and swim? We’ve all been there. In life, some things just freak us out, and it’s no different in photography. 10 ways journalists can use Storify When Storify appeared on the collective journalism screen a few weeks back at TechCrunch Disrupt, it inspired a lot of oohs, ahhs and speculation as to how it would work for journalists. There are similar curation tools out there, like KeepStream and Curated.by, though they focus primarily on collecting tweets (Correction: KeepStream also allows for Facebook integration). Storify, on the other hand, allows a user to organize various media (text, documents, video, images) and social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) into an orderly, linear presentation. The story pieces retain all of their original links and functionality – and the full presentations are embeddable on any site. It has a very easy-to-use search for social media keywords and works using a drag-and-drop functionality.
Understanding All the Nikon D90’s Controls A new Nikon D90 is exciting and fun — but it sure has a lot of buttons and dials to figure out. Using your digital SLR camera will be a breeze once you understand what all the D90's controls do. Topside controls Control Panel: On the D90, you can view basic camera settings on this topside LCD panel or on the main monitor. Bugs in Google Chrome let websites listen to your conversations Google’s popular Chrome search engine might be doing more than helping you find websites — it might be helping websites find and listen to you through the microphone in your computer. TalAter.com reports the search engine’s voice recognition functionality can be compromised by websites that allow Chrome users to navigate their site via voice. The problem is once you give Chrome permission, the websites you’ve visited retain that permission — even if you’re not on the site, allowing them to tap into your computer’s onboard microphone and listen in at any time. Any site operator that chooses to adopt Chrome’s speech recognition ability and buy a $5 HTTPS security certificate will have the ability to hack visitors’ microphones.
Discussing A few focusing thoughts... in Nikon D90 Rich Beaubien says: I don’t know how many folks are using this technique. It was mentioned in the tips thread but I have the feeling it got lost. Plus there are a number of folks new to DSLRs who are jumping on the bandwagon with the D90 that will absorb any good idea. The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Media Kit For Your Blog I’d bet a lot of money that when you first started blogging, the words “media kit” never crossed your mind. It’s not what any of us naturally think about when envisioning our brand new blog. We’re focused on sharing our passion with others. And the rest of the internet isn’t helping—media kits aren’t included on any of those handy lists of what to do when you’re first starting to blog. But if you’re looking to grow your blog beyond a random side project and begin working with brands, you need to have a media kit easily available on your blog. To help you get on your way to blogging fame, we’ve compiled a guide to creating your own media kit from start to finish:
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