6 simple rules for a better website header.

October 11 Comments Off on 6 simple rules for a better website header. Category: Feed, HackText, Transmedia

The header of a website is one of its most valuable areas, but it is often underused. How to fully use the top of your website. Website headers (or the [tooltip content=”Perhaps the most popular alternate term for the header area. ” url=”” ]banner area[/tooltip]) seems considered sacrosanct. It’s one of the most visible parts of a […]

Archive for 3-13-11 Chat

March 13 Comments Off on Archive for 3-13-11 Chat Category: College Media, Feed

All times Pacific. March 13, 2011 9:32 pm Chronotope: RT @shannonphilpott: 10,000 Words – 15 quotes to inspire journalists http://bit.ly/hbHTJ2#collegejourn 9:39 pm florida_mike: Journalism debate on #collegejourn looking forward to it 9:45 pm Chronotope: Chat with #collegejourn and #cmanyc11 tonight at 8PM – http://bit.ly/fXmaay 11:05 pm Chronotope: #CollegeJourn chat tonight, in-person and on the web for #cmanyc11 […]

Why Allbritton was right to short-circuit TBD.

March 07 Comments Off on Why Allbritton was right to short-circuit TBD. Category: Blogging, Feed, HackText

Someone realized that TBD was doing the worst thing in the world for Allbritton, telling the competition that they could compete. The cut-backs issued to Allbritton Communication’s grand experiment TBD were surprising. First the outlet cut community profit-sharing, than Allbritton paired the organization down to just a website and put it under the purview of […]

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