"News in general doesn’t matter most of the time, and most people would be far better off if they spent their time consuming less news and more ideas that have more lasting import."
— Twitter Co-Founder Evan Williams (via courtenaybird)
Wrote the transcription for "I was an undercover operative inside a high school"
Built a Make a Difference Day project page
Took photos of fans and News10 staff at the Sacramento Kings’ home opener
Built an Angel Tree project page
Created "Find a local pumpkin patch"
Live Tweeted the search for a suspect accused of shooting an ICE agent and several police officers
Appeared on TV as a social media expert discussing cyber bullying.
As an online editor at a broadcast news organization, I’m constantly looking for new ideas about the future of online video. Here are some interesting thoughts on the format expressed through Tweets from a panel on online video at ONA.
I’m sad to that I’m missing ONA13 in Atlanta, but at least I can follow on Twitter. Here’s a wrap-up of a session on newsroom management featuring Time’s Callie Scweitzer and ONA’s Jim Brady. Thanks to Cory O’Donnell for putting this together.
Tips from Facebook’s Brian Neal: