What journalists need to know about interviewing for video Interviews are a cornerstone of video storytelling because they provide emotion, content and structure, especially in documentary-style stories with little or no narration. Good interviews make for good videos. Fortunately, most of what you’ve learned about interviewing applies to video. Open-ended questions produce revealing answers. Good follow-up questions create deeper insights. Long and double-barreled questions confuse subjects, or give them an easy out.
Why newsrooms are expanding their data teams Publishers have gotten data religion. A few years ago, publishers began enlisting data scientists to help with audience building and monetization. But back in 2014, publisher data teams usually consisted of only a person or two. Since then, several publishers have expanded their number of full-time data experts. And their roles have grown too. Literature and Latte - Scrivener “The biggest software advance for writers since the word processor.” —Michael Marshall Smith Grow your ideas in style Scrivener is a powerful content-generation tool for writers that allows you to concentrate on composing and structuring long and difficult documents. While it gives you complete control of the formatting, its focus is on helping you get to the end of that awkward first draft.
CHIP is a $9 Raspberry Pi killer The Raspberry Pi was definitely a game changer when it hit shelves at only $35. But CHIP is hoping to make the Pi look positively pricey by comparison. The Kickstarter campaign has already blown way past its $50,000 goal. In fact, at the time of this writing its approaching $500,000.
Masterfile (Research Database) The ‘Masterfile’ is a simple, yet effective database for researchers. It allows contacts, documents, questions, calendars, logs and notes to be kept together in one file. And it enables quick searching, sorting and selecting. The story almost writes itself, with this database! Bots, Lies And Propaganda: The New Misinformation Economy Internet ‘splat map’: infinite ways to spread information and misinformation online The warning signs have been ignored for a long time: news media are endangered and are losing ground against propagandists in the digital world. Well before Pegida aficionados started to chant “Lügenpresse” (“lying press”) in German streets, the loss of trust in journalism had become obvious. However, the accusation is misleading. Only very few newsrooms spread hoaxes on purpose.
I Turn Paper Into Wedding Dresses Based On Different Nationalities I am an artist and my material is an ordinary paper. Once I was approached by a brand of underwear in order to make image-shooting for wedding clothes. Wedding suit should hide the bride from the groom in almost all the cultures. In some countries it closes not only the body but also the face completely. On the stage of sketches for shooting, it was hard to imagine stylized national costume, which would expose intimate parts.