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December 20 2010

13:44

Search site with graphical presentation of results?

A couple (2-5) years ago I tried to use a search site that presented search results in a graphical way showing how the search results was clustered and how these clusters were connected.

I can't remember name and URL of this site anymore

Does this site exist? And what is the URL?

Actually I don't think it was a search engine as such- the site just did searches on Google and a couple of other search engines, collected the results and "rearranged" them.

I think the name of the site started with a "K", and that it was (at least partially) french, but I might be wrong on this

/Karl Erik Jessen

September 20 2010

11:18

My Henry Stewart talk about ‘Blogging, Twitter and Journalism’

I’ve recorded a 48 minute presentation covering ‘Blogging, Twitter and Journalism‘ for the Henry Stewart series of talks. It’s designed for journalism students and covers

  • How blogging differs from other journalism platforms;
  • Key developments in journalism blogging history;
  • What makes a successful blog
  • What is Twitter and how is it useful for journalists and publishers? and
  • Why RSS is central to blogging and Twitter and how it works

March 25 2010

09:00

February 02 2010

08:36

Online journalism lesson #8: video

Given that I start teaching the undergraduate module in online journalism again next week, I thought I should finish uploading the presentations from last year. The following is the presentation for my session on video.

November 21 2009

21:31

Did the internet begin dying in September 2008?

Nicholas Moerman has put together an impressive collection of graphs showing a general decline over the past year in visits to mainstream websites across a raft of categories, from content and commerce to portals and porn. The only category that bucks the trend? I’ll let you guess.

He doesn’t know why this is (or even if he’s seeing things), which is rather refreshing, but offers some ideas, and it’s certainly food for thought. Here it is:

November 20 2009

12:23
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