Tag: Blogging

Mitt första blogginlägg?

• January 30, 2013 • Comments (6)
Mitt första blogginlägg?

Vad var ditt allra första blogginlägg? frågar TheJennie, och bjuder på både pepp och nostalgi. Det borde ju vara en enkel fråga att besvara, kan man tycka. Fast hur ska man räkna? Jag började skriva dagsfärska inlägg i januari 1998, men då var liksom inte begreppet blogg uppfunnet. Det gick heller inte att kommentera inläggen. […]

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Ny blogg på jobbet

• February 1, 2011 • Comments (0)
Ny blogg på jobbet

Efter två test med bloggrapportering från Bokmässan respektive Förskolebiennalen tyckte jag och mina kollegor att det var dags för en permanent redaktionsblogg för tidningsavdelningen. I mellandagarna snickrade jag ihop den och igår var det premiär. Förutom inlägg från de två tidigare bloggarna innehåller den än så länge tidningen Origos rapporter från Mattebiennetten i helgen, Annika […]

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The Guardian to contract bloggers for local news

• October 12, 2009 • Comments (4)

While Swedish national papers have moved away from local news initiatives, as local advertising markets are not ready to support costly coverage, there are examples in other countries of how to build coverage by collaborating with local bloggers. The most recent comes from the Guardian, who are looking to contract bloggers in Leeds, Cardiff and […]

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Pownce shutting down, becoming part of Six Apart

• December 2, 2008 • Comments (0)

Microblogging/microstreaming service Pownce announced yesterday that they are closing down the service and becoming part of Six Apart. Leah Culver writes: We have some very big news today at Pownce. We will be closing the service and Mike and I, along with the Pownce technology, have joined Six Apart, the company behind such great blogging […]

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Good use of microblogging in journalism – give us more examples!

• November 28, 2008 • Comments (1)

Whether status updates on social media sites should count as microblogging or not, the walled garden that Facebook still is to a large extent, makes status updates if not useless from a publishing perspective then atleast difficult to accommodate as they are on an open to all site. The same goes for users whose updates […]

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Will there be a dark period for journalism?

• November 18, 2008 • Comments (5)
Will there be a dark period for journalism?

Will we see the collapse of journalism as papers fail to take the step over from dead wood publishing? Or are we at a dawn of a smarter news industry? Opinions vary, and we take a look at what some are saying right now. At SIME, Joi Ito expressed concerns that professional journalism journalism may […]

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SIME preparations

• November 11, 2008 • Comments (1)

This week it’s the yearly SIME (Scandinavian Interactive Media Event) conference here in Stockholm. Previous years I’ve found it remarkable that a conference about “digital opportunities, technology, communication and entrepreneurship” haven’t given much thought to the audience’s want to communicate and use these “digital opportunities” during the conference itself (no or badly working wifi, no […]

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Camilla Lindberg: You need to be right – and earn the trust

• November 11, 2008 • Comments (0)

Over at Same Same But Different there’s an interesting guest post by politician Camilla Lindberg, the only member of one of the government parties in Sweden who voted against the new and controversial wiretapping law, commonly known as the FRA law. The debate about the law was a real breakthrough for the Swedish blogosphere (which […]

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More conversation needed on journalists' blogs

• October 22, 2008 • Comments (0)

On too many blogs written by Swedish journalists you see people commenting but the journalist never replies. They use a platform built on conversation as yet another megaphone, ignoring their readers. What journalists turned bloggers need to understand is that providing a space for comments is not enough – if you want to be taken […]

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Survey for blogging journalists

• May 21, 2008 • Comments (1)

Are you a journalist who blog? Check out the Online Journalism Blog’s new survey and help Paul Bradshaw get info for a book chapter he’s writing on the subject of journalists blogging.

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Personal transparency, the eleventh change for journalists

• March 12, 2008 • Comments (1)

A lot of comments have been made to Paul Bradshaw’s (read his blog too) excellent list of changes for journalists in the upcoming ten years in the Press Gazette lately. In short, the list is made up of: 1. From a lecture to a conversation 2. The rise of the amateur 3. Everyone’s a paperboy/girl […]

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Hard times for bloggers and journalists in Sri Lanka

• March 2, 2008 • Comments (0)

Living in Sweden, and especially taking an active part in covering and exploring social and citizen media, I take many things for granted. One is the right to take photos in public areas, another to report about what I see and opinions and thoughts I have on any thinkable subject. In other parts of the […]

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