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Google's Public Data Explorer could prove useful to journalists

A post on my blog about how journalists could use Google's Public Data Explorer - now anybody can upload datasets and try out visualizations. Plus some background links and info about data journalism.Read onSee More
Feb 22, 2011
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The Twitter hashtag demystified (for everybody, newsrooms included )

A cross-post from my blog, mostly about some interesting tips on Twitter hashtags based on Twitter blog posts and related stuff. Over here.
Jan 19, 2011
T. Ramachandran posted a blog post

The Twitter hashtag demystified (for everybody, newsrooms included )

A cross-post from my blog, mostly about some interesting tips on Twitter hashtags based on Twitter blog posts and related stuff. Over here.
Jan 19, 2011
T. Ramachandran commented on T. Ramachandran's blog post Ten blogs that deal with the technical stuff that power news sites (and journalism)
"Lots really. I'll stop with two! Google Refine  - its a really good tool for journalists because it makes it somewhat easy to clean up data.  But the most useful tool I've used - for journalism or otherwise - is a simple…"
Jan 16, 2011
A blog post by T. Ramachandran was featured

Ten blogs that deal with the technical stuff that power news sites (and journalism)

Its quite the rage these days to talk and write about the technology that is used to give a cutting edge to journalism and keep news sites going - and many journalists are besotted with the idea of turning into hackers or taking up data journalism big-time.So, in case you have a fancy for things technological, then you might find this list of blogs/sites useful. (Cross-post from my blog)See More
Jan 12, 2011
T. Ramachandran posted a blog post

Ten blogs that deal with the technical stuff that power news sites (and journalism)

Its quite the rage these days to talk and write about the technology that is used to give a cutting edge to journalism and keep news sites going - and many journalists are besotted with the idea of turning into hackers or taking up data journalism big-time.So, in case you have a fancy for things technological, then you might find this list of blogs/sites useful. (Cross-post from my blog)See More
Jan 11, 2011
T. Ramachandran posted a blog post

Six strategy areas that news websites need to think about these days

Media organisations that are moored in the print tradition sometimes find it hard to create stategies to deal with their web operations. These are among the areas that will need special attention, given that many of them may have their hands full just running their content managment systems and getting the filling-up cycles in place. (Read on, cross-post from my blog.)
Oct 24, 2010
T. Ramachandran and santosh neupane are now friends
Sep 13, 2010
T. Ramachandran is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
Aug 27, 2010

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City Editor
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Google's Public Data Explorer could prove useful to journalists

Posted on February 22, 2011 at 7:15 0 Comments

A post on my blog about how journalists could use Google's Public Data Explorer - now anybody can upload datasets and try out visualizations. Plus some background links and info about data journalism.

Read on

The Twitter hashtag demystified (for everybody, newsrooms included )

Posted on January 19, 2011 at 3:43 0 Comments

A cross-post from my blog, mostly about some interesting tips on Twitter hashtags based on Twitter blog posts and related stuff. Over here.

Six strategy areas that news websites need to think about these days

Posted on October 24, 2010 at 9:20 0 Comments

Media organisations that are moored in the print tradition sometimes find it hard to create stategies to deal with their web operations. These are among the areas that will need special attention, given that many of them may have their hands full just running their content managment systems and getting the filling-up cycles in place. (Read on, cross-post from my blog.)

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