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Journos React to News of a Filtered Twitter - Posted September 4, 2014
Today, Twitter made it clear that they are going to start filtering your timeline in a Facebook-like fashion. Or ... [TVSpy]

Spring Link Roundup: Clickbait, and Other Things We Should Stop Worrying About - Posted April 3, 2014
Now that we've made it through April Fool's Day and the #HIMYM finale safely, it officially feels like spring. Since nothing is worse than cleaning, spring or otherwise, I prefer to take a long, hard look at my clutter. Whether its three pairs of the same Converse sneaker or media industry... [10,000 Words]

What's In A Name? For New Media Companies, It's Everything - Posted February 13, 2014
This week, First Look Media launched their inaugural "digital magazine" The Intercept. As Matthew Ingram points out ... [TVSpy]

EJC Releases Free Verification Handbook for Newsrooms - Posted January 30, 2014
No one likes to make mistakes. Especially during a crisis and in a digital world like ours when it's easier to make them and easier to find yourself in serious ethical trouble for it. There's finally a guide for all of that. This week, the Emergency Journalism Centre... [10,000 Words]

Should You Write For Free? Journos Weigh In on the Thayer/Atlantic Kerfuffle - Posted March 7, 2013
When freelance journalist Nate Thayer posted an email exchange he'd had with an editor at The Atlantic, who... [FishbowlLA]

The Most Tweeted 10,000 Words Posts of 2011 - Posted December 30, 2011
This was a busy year for 10,000 Words. It saw the departure of founder Mark S. Luckie as a regular contributor and the addition of most, if not all, of our current bloggers. What stayed the same, however, was our commitment to sharing great content with ... [TVSpy]

Pros and Cons of Twitter's 140-Character Limit, Part 1 - Posted July 22, 2011
This past week, my Twitter feed has been filling up with opposing tweets on the appropriate character limit for Twitter. Some feel the current 140-character limit could be increased while others vehemently oppose that change. So, let's rack up the pros and cons. T... [10,000 Words]

Does Tweeting Make You a Journalist? - Posted May 6, 2011
After the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound was live-tweeted by Sohaib Athar, th... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Does Tweeting Make You a Journalist? - Posted May 6, 2011
After the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound was live-tweeted by Sohaib Athar, th... [FishbowlNY]

Twitter as a Personal Assistant? - Posted December 2, 2008
Could Twitter soon act as your personal assistant? GigaOm blogger Mathew Ingram writes that now that the company has acquired Values of n, the latter is shutting down two of its main services: Stikkit, a ... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

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