My ‘mommy blogging’ research is featured on the Broad Side

This week I had the privilege of having my work featured on the Broad Side, an online magazine of women’s writing about important issues of the day. My post focuses on the love-hate relationship some women have with the term Continue reading

I’ll see you at the Syracuse BizBuzz Social Media Conference

I am part of what I think is a pretty exciting event going on this week in my hometown of Syracuse. The Syracuse Biz Buzz is the area’s first major social media conference.  The keynot speaker is Dave Evans, author Continue reading

Great journalism blogs, Twitter lists, and RSS feeds

Haven’t done short-takes for a while, so seems like it is time for my list of interesting stuff from around the blogosphere. Great blogs: I love lists. I think they are a very useful way to convey a lot of Continue reading

How to measure your blog’s value

Time for some short-takes, my version of cool stuff you should read from around the journo/techie blogosphere: Measuring your site’s value: With all the tools available to measure the worth of  your blog or news site, it can get confusing. Continue reading

How the news found me on Twitter

More than a year ago, Brian Stelter had a story in The New York Times about how the social media generation takes it upon themselves to pass on the news they feel is worthwhile. The story contained a seminal quote Continue reading

Can newspapers woo women readers through social media?

News organizations, take note:  More women than men are using social media, a new study says. The study, from Information is Beautiful, uses Google Ad Planner numbers to come up with its conclusion that more women than men use many Continue reading