Online Journalism: Thursdays 2009

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the class blog for Columbia College Chicago’s Online Journalism class: Thursday edition

lecture links & additional readings 4-9-09

Our Project
The drop.io drop for our Olympic Bid reaction assignment

The Mobile Web
Mobile Data: the next hurdle for journalism
The Mobile Web reaches a critical mass
Last year, cell phone users texted more than they called
Japan’s cell novels
The iPhone gold rush

The Geo-Locational Web
Ushahidi an amazing example of the use of both mobile devices and geo-locational reporting coming out of Kenya.
Everyblock: The gold standard for geolocational journalism
Italy’s earthquake mapped
More earthquake mapping
Going to far? Prop 8 maps
Penguin books maps a novel
Google’s simple-to-follow instructions for creating basic maps.
Strategies for using Google Maps, from the simple to the easy to the very complex.

Also: Reuter’s MoJo (mobile journalism) initiative

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