Monthly Archives: September 2012

Link Journalism #4–The Final Hurrah (Feb Nights)

Final night of Link Journalism! Here’s the assignment. –Four stories -Minimum of 75 words, maximum of 300. –Use a video and/or picture for each. Paste into the body of an email…don’t attach as a word doc! Here’s some good examples

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Link Journalism #2 (February Nights)

Update (7:12pm) Looking for something to write about? Here’s five stories. Will.i.am Developing TV Talent Show For Geniuses (‘An American Idol For Young Wizards’) The Starbucks Diet: How One Woman Dropped 76 Pounds on Coffee and BistroBoxes   Usher and

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Link Journalism Day #1 (February Nights)

submit your finished work to: sethtowerhurd [at] gmail [dot] com Some examples… 102-Year-Old Woman Isn’t About to Let Anyone Else Change the Oil on Her 82-Year-Old Car They don’t make ’em like they used to. Margaret Dunning of Plymouth, Mich

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Audio/Video Streaming Day–Day 2 (January Days)

90 seconds. Yes, you have to be on point from a technical perspective. But, more importantly, your job is to do something compelling. Suprise the audience. Say something that matters. This is a hard assignment. It’s supposed to be. I’m

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9/12/12–WordPress Grading Day (January Days)

You will be graded on… Three Pages, with both audio and video embedded somewhere on the site. A clean, modern looking theme that’s an appropriate look to show to potential employers SALESMANSHIP. This means you’re required to integrate the other

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January Days (WordPress #1)

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9/10/12 WordPress Days 2 & 3 (January Days)

Update: 12:38pm. (Photo for your page) Using images from Google on your own site can be both risky, and look bad. Risky, because you can get sued. Bad, because some of them are pixelated. You can go to sxc.hu, and sign

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