Carnival of Journalism: Hack your life with the Kindle, After the Deadline and more

June 09 Comments Off on Carnival of Journalism: Hack your life with the Kindle, After the Deadline and more Category: Feed, HackText

This month’s Carnival of Journalism asks: how do you hack your life? What tools and techniques allow you to work smarter and more effectively? There are four big things I want to focus on in this post. How my Kindle makes me a better worker and a more reliable journalist. Why After the Deadline makes […]

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Links 3-30-11: +1, Project Thunderdome, Amazon’s consumer cloud, Against gamification

March 30 0 Comments Category: Actual, Links

The big news of the day is Google’s partial launch of +1, a very geeky answer to the Like or Retweet button. In a move inspired by forum websites of the late 90s, Google is testing a product that allows you to “+1” search results.

Links 2-1-11: Google gets artsy, Readability pays authors, Gamify

February 02 0 Comments Category: Actual, Links

Today Google launched its “Art Project.” It’s a nifty website with some very high resolution images combined with street-view style tours of the various art galleries involved. It’s cool, check it out. Even cooler, people can build their own collections of the art and share them, along with comments.

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