All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Edelman’
Cybercast News Service reports that on Wednesday bloggers were quick to pick up on a message posted on the ABC News website …
Can Wikinews revolutionize journalism the way Wikipedia did encyclopedias … CNET interviews Wikimedia co-founder Jimmy Wales to find out.
eWeek reports that Movable Type is planning to release an update to help stem the recent flood of comment spam that has hit blogs and clogged Web-hosting servers.
In typical fashion, Apple is suing “anonymous people” who leaked details about new products by posting information on the Internet, as reported by Reuters.
According to an article in The New York Times, prospective authors are justifying the potential markets for their book proposals by including positive reader comments off their blogs.
Dan Gillmor announced last night that he is leaving the San Jose Mercury News next month to work on a citizen-journalism project.
Harvard Law’s Beekman Center is taking a hard look this week at the blogosphere’s influence on politics during its biennial Internet + Society 2004 conference.
According to an article in the Washington Post this weekend, US military and weblog PowerPoint presentations …
The NewsMarket, an online platform PR pros use to deliver broadcast-standard news video to television journalists, launched a blog for the media community called NewsBluntly.
Gartner G2: From Web portal news coverage to individual blogs, the world got a glimpse into a future that portends a major shift in political communications.
The San Francisco Examiner reports that an anonymous writer who claims to be the spouse of an Electronic Arts employee has sparked an online venting session.