Monthly Archives: September 2013

Live-blog Sample of JRNL 10 10-11 am -9/24/13

Live-blogging can be an effective tool for journalists especially during breaking news or live events.  With a live-blog, your first entry will be at the bottom of your post and your last entry will be at the top.  Here’s a … Continue reading

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When it comes to writing, be strong

To beef up your writing and give it more impact just really, really try to avoid the following very, very weak words: really very all important never feel seem think often almost big small just And after you edit out … Continue reading

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WordPress Tips: Posts vs Pages

The difference between posts and pages can be confusing if you’re new to WordPress so let me break it down: Posts are individual entries listed on your blog’s home page in reverse chronological order.   Pages are static entries.  They … Continue reading

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Welcome to Journalism Tools – Fall 2013

From day to day, week to week, semester to semester, the business of journalism continues to evolve at an accelerated pace.  So if you’re a journalism student, the challenges can seem overwhelming. This semester in Journalism Tools, we’ll face those … Continue reading

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