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Bringing current events into the classroom

This morning we discussed teaching current events in the journalism classroom. Amazing that in a year and a half of #jerdchat, it’s the first time we’ve considered talking about how to teach what’s going on the the news to our news students. 172 more words


This (Digital) Journalist's Favorite Web Tools

One of my favorite parts of being a web editor is the fact that I get paid to play with new web tools.

(Fun to imagine what teenaged Stephanie – who totally nerded out on web stuff – would have thought about her future career). 381 more words


Evan Blass: King of the leakers - BBC News 22 August 2014 Last updated at 19:47 ET

WATCH: The man who shares the industry’s secrets

Can you keep a secret? The technology industry sure can’t.

As new products are being prepared for launch, there is no shortage of leaked material spoiling the surprise. 534 more words



We are one of the fastest growing independent networks on the internet, with nearly 300 sites covering a wide range of the sports and entertainment. 322 more words


The Music Never Stops…Colorado Photographer Jesse Filippelli

© The Montrose Mirror

By Marissa Isgreen

COLORADO–(July 1, 2014) After five nights of photographing concerts in Colorado last New Year’s Eve, Jesse Filippelli knew it was time to leave his Florida home and make the permanent move to the Centennial State. 743 more words


Review: Ben Thorpe 'Illuminations' - "A solid debut offering from a promising artist"

Tracklisting: The Thump/Division/Call It Sweet/Down by the Valley/Retrospect/Pretty Little Colours/The Quartet/Like You & Lou/Cherry Picking/Porcupine Love/It’s Chemical/Illuminations

The male acoustic guitar-wielding singer-songwriter has practically become an entire genre in itself and effectively a whole sub-industry, thanks to the success of artists such as this year’s official soundtrack to summer Ed Sheeran (currently enjoying an unbroken eight-week run at number one in the album chart), Ben Howard, Paolo Nutini and George Ezra. 433 more words


Privilege and Outrage: Why I Care About Ferguson

On the one hand, this should be the shortest post ever: “Because I am human and American,  I care about human rights, our constitution, racism, and poverty.” Done. 1,253 more words