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ON THIS DAY: 1992: Laettner's buzzer beater
infostradalive: BASKETBALL - The most famous moment in March Madness History? Maybe. One of the most lasting memories of a clutch shot in the history of basketball? Certainly. Twenty years ago to the day, there was ‘that shot’. Duke trailing Kentucky 103-102, a mere 2.1 seconds to go in the game. Grant Hill in-bounding from his own end. Hits Laettner. And then this! #epicstuff What is YOUR...
futurejournalismproject: freeDive The Knight Media Digital Center at Berkeley has an alpha release for freeDive, a tool that turns Google spreadsheets into searchable databases. Via the Knight Digital Media Center: Imagine you have a spreadsheet of campaign contributions or crime statistics that you want to share. For years, you had to pay for a service or know how to code to build...
The FJP: Three Unique Publisher Apps →
futurejournalismproject: Digiday points out 3 mobile apps created by publishers that go above and beyond just recreating the web & print experience (look, feel, layout, content). You know, actual innovation on the mobile front: Unfortunately for readers, it seems as though media outlets often take the path of…
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Jokes made by Debbie Wasserman Schultz at the... →
zainyk: To Rick Scott - “I speak for 74 percent of Floridians when I say that it’s good to see you here. And by here, I mean: not in Florida.” On having sympathy for John Boehner - “Trust me, I know what it’s like to have Eric Cantor breathing down your neck. That’s why I stopped using JDate.” On her bafflement with the birth control debate - “That’s probably because I’m Jewish. In our...
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A few reads that will get you up to speed for tonight’s season premiere of Mad Men.
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Remembered for taking a punch from Akeem. Biggest dude I ever saw on a basketball court — seemed as wide as he was tall. I saw him play with the NY Nets against the Carolina Cougars in Raleigh in the old ABA. Red-white-and-blue ball.
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Via SnappyTV — fan-selected clips from North Carolina State’s victory over Georgetown in NCAA tournament on Sunday. Interesting — sponsored by Coke Zero, enabled by SnappyTV app, and posted on Facebook.
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Highlights from: What Facebook and Twitter Mean... →
What Facebook and Twitter Mean for News | State of the Media stateofthemedia.org Facebook and, to a lesser extent, Twitter, dominate sharing news may be among the most important of the next, Facebook had 133 million active users in the U.S. at the end of 2011 Facebook users spent an average of 423 minutes each on the site in December. top 25 news site at just under 12 minutes per...
Highlights from: Digital: News Gains Audience but... →
Digital: News Gains Audience but Loses Ground in Chase for Revenue | State of the Mediastateofthemedia.org In 2011, social media giant Facebook grew to 133 million active users from 117 million in the U.S.1 And in the final months of the year, tablet ownership in the U.S. nearly doubled, to 18% of Americans. additional distributors of content rivals for advertising revenues. News sites...
Highlights from: Overview | State of the Media →
Overview | State of the Media stateofthemedia.org More than four in ten American adults now own a smartphone One in five owns a tablet mobile devices are adding to people’s news consumption First, the explosion of new mobile platforms and social media channels represents another layer of technology with which news organizations must keep pace. Second, in the last year a small number...
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NYC: The World's Most Competitive City
nycgov: Yesterday, Mayor Bloomberg announced that New York City was named the World’s Most Competitive City in an Economist Intelligence Unit Report.
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khalilahsite: Information hits the Web and just like that the news spreads like fire. Stories are frantically re-reported and some are missing an important detail — attribution. David Carr, media reporter for _The New York Times_, wrote an article on Monday about a group of editors who…
Instagram for Android shown off at SXSW, 'better... →
loomiclabs: Today at SXSW, Instagram’s Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger told Alexia Tsotsis that an Android version of the app is coming “really soon.” We’ve heard this for several months now, but it seems that the app is finally getting close to launch. On stage, Systrom pulled out a Galaxy Nexus running a prototype of the app, and flashed it at the crowd. He said, “it’s one of the most amazing...
Muck Rack: PR folks take note: Journalists not to... →
muckrack: South by Southwest (SXSW), one of the biggest conferences in tech, is just days away. In addition to the awesome panels and events, the journalists in attendance are being invited to some pretty cool parties. If you’re a PR person in charge of sending out these invitations, it’s important to…