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29
Nov
06

Publishing tools for online journalists

OJR has created a Wiki of *mostly* free tools and web services that journalists can take advantage of to improve their storytelling and multimedia skills. The Wiki is divided into several subsections including multimedia, blogs/CMS, picture & video services, forums, RSS, newsletters and HTML/CSS references. Although I’d say that in its current state the Wiki [...]

30
Oct
06

Free Education Blogs

For all those educators who are wondering what the best solution is for setting up simple, scalable blogs for themselves or their students, edublogs might just be the answer to your prayers. The site offers free WordPress blogs and Wikis for educators and students which they also host for you ad-free. Each blog you create [...]

05
Oct
06

We Own the Internet!

Net neutrality is an issue that is increasingly hotting up in the US within Congress and amongst various stakeholders. In a nutshell, the term refers to the proposed practise of ISPs and telecoms manipulating or blocking Internet traffic based on financial gain or practical/’logistical’ reasons. A new spoof website called We Own the Net gives [...]

07
Sep
06

Out of action

So I’ve haven’t blogged in a while due to an insane work schedule as a result of the DCI, but I can assure you that it’s all been worth it because with under a week to go until the event commences, we have a brilliant speaker line-up and a full house of delegates. The final [...]

24
Aug
06

Innovative new journalism resource

Two 4th year new media students (Gregor Rohrig and Carly Ritz) recently set up a fantastic new South African journalism resource called Jo’s Toolkit (play on Journalist’s Toolkit). As Gregor explains: Jo’s Toolkit is a journalism resource. We have especially targeted the student and grassroot media as potential users for this site. It allows anyone [...]

26
Jul
06

I’m Crazy for ShoZu

This is a post bound to interest other bloggers. So my beloved Nokia N70 was recently lost/stolen/who cares etc. and I was faced with a very tough decision – one of those decisions you prefer having to make only once a year. What new phone to get. The N70 was on contract and cost a [...]

02
Jul
06

Gnomedex 6.0 – Not for the Faint-Hearted

The new media and blogging conference I’m attending in Seattle, Gnomedex, is in full swing and it’s been a real experience. Besides the brilliant, smart, funny people in the room, there’s also been some interesting presentations. The format of this year’s conference is radically different from previous years’, and I like it. Basically a ‘discussion [...]

05
Jun
06

Art for Hobbits

Willard Wigan is a ‘micro sculptor’ who claims to make “the world’s smallest and most wonderous works of art”. If you’re interested in what a pin-sized Elvis looks like, check out his website: http://www.willard-wigan.com/