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The Haitian earthquake and social networking

You may be interested in this. I’ve been following the role social networking have played since the Haitian earthquake struck Tuesday. Internet reaction to the quake began surging within an hour after disaster struck. This Internet-driven information tidal wave is … Continue reading

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Pogo: We have seen the enemy, and he is us…

I’m proud of the new media training we provide students in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Speaking of which: Tom Petner stirred my juices with his lead on TV Spy’s ShopTalk today. Tom … Continue reading

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When the river runs dry

The Omaha World-Herald became the latest casualty of the Internet today.  It joined a growing group of newspapers that are cutting printed editions in the face of declining circulation, higher newsprint costs, a slack economy  and an entire generation of … Continue reading

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