Why journalists and media organizations should use Pinterest

Why should journalists and media organizations take note of Pinterest? Simple. Women love it. In case you’ve been under a rock, Pinterest is an online pinboard for expressing yourself by pinning photos of things you like on virtual bulletin boards. It was developed back Continue reading

Prediction for 2012: Greater customization of news and information

“Great entrepreneurs do not really see the future as much as the create the future they envision.” That’s a quote from MIT professor Michael A. Cusumano from a piece he wrote on the late Steve Jobs, but I think it Continue reading

CommSpace launches for media professors, students, researchers

Here are some interesting links from around the blogosphere and tips about tools that I thought you might find useful. Enjoy. CommSpace: A new social network just for media/journalism/communications professors, students, and researchers has launched! It’s run by Sage Publications, 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

Save the Media’s top posts of 2009

I can hardly believe it has been more than a year since I started this blog. Back in those early days, I had hardly any readers. I was writing for myself, but bit by bit some of you started to Continue reading