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The Pramana Collective: New Tech PR Firm Made Up of Old PR Hands

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A trio of high-profile tech communications execs from Twitter (Sean Garrett), Facebook (Brandee Barker), and Skype (Brian O’Shaughnessy), have joined forces to create a new firm called the Pramana Collective. While PR types don’t usually get a lot of the attention, the joining of these three top Silicon Valley...
The Pramana Collective: New Tech PR Firm Made Up of Old PR Hands

How to Tweet Responsibly During a Breaking-News Event

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Yes, people put out false information and tweet incorrect things during major news events. There are ways to avoid being one of them....
How to Tweet Responsibly During a Breaking-News Event
How Twitter is changing news as we know it

Pew's State Of The News Media Report: Print Ads Down $1.5 Billion; Digital Up 3%

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One big bright spot: Mobile advertising grew 80% to a total of $2.6 billion. Pew's annual State Of The News Media report is out. It reveals an industry in semi-crisis as it confronts a tech-savvy audience that's changing how it accesses news, and ever declining print revenues. Advertisements in...
Pew's State Of The News Media Report: Print Ads Down $1.5 Billion; Digital Up 3%

What will T-Mo announce next week?

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What is T-Mobile USA planning for its news event in New York City next Tuesday? The wireless carrier will probably formalize its plans to offer smartphones with no contract, possibly an iPhone, and announce new LTE service....
What will T-Mo announce next week?

Bing Gets Real-time Twitter Feeds

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Bing has started rolling out a new feature called Social Search. This allows you to see real-time results from Twitter right alongside your Bing search results. If that sounds familiar, it should. Google has been doing it for a little while now. This feature has been rolled out to a...
Bing Gets Real-time Twitter Feeds

Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

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NOTE: This week’s episode of the GigaOM Weekly News Wrap-Up was recorded on the morning of Thursday, April 18, prior to the heavy police activity that followed later that night. On this week’s show, we look at the media landscape in the aftermath of the Boston terror attack. How does...
Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

Live blog: Google I/O 2013 showcases Android, Chrome, YouTube and more

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It’s time once again for Google I/O, and the company plans to pack a week’s worth of announcements into a single keynote address, so this should be interesting. Starting at 9am PT, we’ll be bringing you live coverage of Google’s flagship conference. We’re not expecting as major a news event...
Live blog: Google I/O 2013 showcases Android, Chrome, YouTube and more

LA Times Developer Begins Archiving Newspaper Websites

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By Keach Hagey Newspaper front pages are considered such an important mirror of American culture that they get their own rotating daily museum exhibit at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. But there has never been an equivalent archive for the more ephemeral – but equally important – newspaper website home...
LA Times Developer Begins Archiving Newspaper Websites
Rumor Patrol: How Apple Could Surprise Us With A New iPod Nano
Here are YouTube's 10 most popular videos of 2012

Gadgetwise Blog: Considering Microsoft's Surface Tablet

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Microsoft unveiled its Surface tablet at a news event in Los Angeles on Monday night, and on the Bits blog, tech reporters of The New York Times weigh in on the various features of the new device....
Gadgetwise Blog: Considering Microsoft's Surface Tablet

TNW Pick of the Day: iWitness filters Twitter and Flickr content by time and location

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iWitness is a new Web app from New Context, in partnership with designers Adaptive Path, that displays updates from Twitter and Flickr by time and location. iWitness taps the public’s geo-location data to pinpoint the location of a tweet, photo, or video. It allows users to see content from a...
TNW Pick of the Day: iWitness filters Twitter and Flickr content by time and location

Apple's big 'iPhone 5' announcement: What to expect

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Apple's holding a big news event Wednesday, which is widely expected to be the launch of the iPhone 5. While it's not always easy to guess what, exactly, Apple's up to, here's what to expect from Wednesday's announcement. The event is expected to begin in San Francisco at 10 a.m....
Apple's big 'iPhone 5' announcement: What to expect

AT&T Data Use Explodes At The Superbowl

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We've all been there. You are at a crowded event, taking pictures with your smartphone and trying to share them on Facebook or Twitter but the damn photo just won't upload. The data network you are using is clogged because too many people are trying to do the exact same...
AT&T Data Use Explodes At The Superbowl
Vinod Khosla, please don't feed the Twitter trolls

What to expect from Facebook's Android event: A final rumor roundup

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Facebook is making a big announcement Thursday about its mobile future -- specifically on Google's Android mobile operating system. The company is holding a news event at 1 p.m. Eastern time, to talk about its "new home" on Android phones, leading to furious speculation about what, exactly the company may...
What to expect from Facebook's Android event: A final rumor roundup

Today, Let's Remember Everything Hurricane Sandy Just Taught Us About Social Media Misinformation

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REMAIN CALM. (Photo: Flickr.com/dpstyles) Parts of New York and New Jersey are still without power from the last major news event and yet here we are, in the throes of election day. And with cleanup efforts still ongoing, there’s really no excuse for anyone who forgets one of the lessons we just...
Today, Let's Remember Everything Hurricane Sandy Just Taught Us About Social Media Misinformation

Apple preps San Francisco venue for iPhone event

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With just a few days to go until its news event, Apple has begun decorating the outside of its San Francisco event venue. [Read more]...
Apple preps San Francisco venue for iPhone event
The disappearing web: Information decay is eating away our history

For Posterity: What It Was Like Watching Curiosity's Descent on Twitter

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One thing I love about Twitter is the way that it expands your living room during momentous cultural events---the way it adds a layer of updates, jokes, links and analysis to whatever stream of images you happen to be watching. It's one of the first things I mention when I...
For Posterity: What It Was Like Watching Curiosity's Descent on Twitter

Why traditional media should be afraid of Twitter

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As we’ve mentioned a number of times, Twitter has been gradually tip-toeing further and further into the media business for some time now. It has already become a real-time newswire for many, a source of breaking news and commentary on live events, and now — with the launch of...
Why traditional media should be afraid of Twitter
Dick Costolo says being the 'second screen' is the future of Twitter
PandoLibs for the Apple Fan Boy

Get the Latest on Twitter with Bing Social Search

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Have you ever searched for information on something that is happening right now, only to find out that there’s nothing matching what you’re looking for? News on an earthquake that just happened or information on a hot new product announcement may not show up until hours after the event actually...
Get the Latest on Twitter with Bing Social Search

Twitter and the incredible shrinking news cycle

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In the not-so-distant past, news generally tended to travel in a few well-worn paths. Either it was reported by a newspaper, or it appeared on television at noon or 6 pm, or it was mentioned on a drive-time radio show — and those involved usually had plenty of time...
Twitter and the incredible shrinking news cycle

Learning from this week's crash course in citizen journalism

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As newspapers and other traditional media continue to lay off reporters and even shut down their printing presses, one of the big questions has been what will fill the gap that is left — where will the journalism come from? In some cases, papers are outsourcing hyper-local reporting to...
Learning from this week's crash course in citizen journalism

Connecting communication chaos: Jumyo helps us string together our social media stories

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Sometimes, one picture or one Tweet can tell the whole story from an event, whether it’s a Halo 4 launch party or a crazy NFL game. But often these one-off communications don’t do justice for stories that need more than just a chirp. Jumyo, a new mobile app that puts...
Connecting communication chaos: Jumyo helps us string together our social media stories

10 stories that aren't about Apple's $1 billion in damages

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While the biggest news event of the week happened late Friday afternoon, 10 other stories on Ars got lots of attention in the beginning of the week. Author Dan Goodin wrote about the declining strength of passwords, and Nintendo Power announced its last issue would be in September. We ran...
10 stories that aren't about Apple's $1 billion in damages
Instagram Comes Of Age: Thank Hurricane Sandy & The Election
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