About the linksInclusion does not represent an endorsement.
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Coffee, plane tickets Speech, group photo and details Last day at Maynard
Lyn Jerde, a veteran community journalist who covers county affairs for the Portage Daily Register, shared with the newsroom a story from Suburban Newspapers of America titled “Writing About People You Know.” It’s worth sharing here. The story describes “relationship … Continue reading
On Monday evening, we screened the 90-second event videos we shot the weekend before last. Scott and I took our material from the Truckee Rib Fest, a fundraiser for the high school booster club in Truckee, Calif. The festival took … Continue reading
Jeremy Gilbert, of Northwestern University, helped us make mobile html5-based pages on Thursday and Friday. Here are some of my classmates near the end of the session Friday.
This is a Soundslides project I made from audio and photos I took Saturday, June 11, 2011, of Daniel Caravallo, a Virginia City docent who plays the part of “Diamond Jim.”
Michelle Johnson, one of the Maynard instructors, shared a video about Conan’s editors’ take on Final Cut Pro X.
I covered part of the Reno Rodeo as a reporter Wednesday in a repeat of Monday’s continuous news exercise. For our purposes, continuous news coverage means sending news gatherers into the field to cover an event or breaking news and … Continue reading
Jeremy Gilbert is in class today and Friday to show us how to create simple mobile apps. We’re about to restart after lunch.
We split the group into two six-person teams for a continuous news simulation Monday. On each team, three went to cover the rodeo live, while the other three stayed behind to act as producers. The pressure to get text, photos, … Continue reading