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Jeff Johnson

Finally One Example of Collaborative Journalism (Conversation Agent) - 0 views

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    How will this start changing the game? Josh Korr of Publishing 2.0 reports that about a week ago, four journalists from Washington state began reporting a major local story in collaboration with each other on Twitter. Writes Korr:Those four journalists weren't in the same newsroom. In fact, they all work for different media companies. And here's the best part: Some of them have never even met in person.Could journalists have discovered the same thing we have also been exploring collectively online? That collaboration strengthens a network and draws more readers, not less. I also agree with Korr that news organizations need to start investing in smart journalists who get the power of cooperation. To summarize what these fine professionals did: Acted in real time and focused on the reporting of the events - in line with the Twitter culture of immediacy as well as a sense of urgency for their readers at the respective mastheads Collaborated with each other to cover the story as it was unfolding instead of worrying about the credit - imagine the first cross-news organization team that wins a Pulitzer, now wouldn't that be news? Provided higher quality news than just one person doing the reporting. There was some skepticism in the comments to Korr's post. Maybe this is not the first time journalists network for a news story. This collaboration so open on Twitter seems quite novel to me.I know some of my readers are journalists or are studying journalism. What possibilities do you see...
Elizabeth Koh

Collaboration 2.0? Twitter team-ups for fun and profit - 7 views

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    While offering only 3 concrete pointers for collaboration, the article does paint a positive future for twitter.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

'Twitter With a Purpose' for the Enterprise - 0 views

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    "What are you going to get done with just a standalone Twitter? You're going to have a lot of conversations around something -- have conversations about content, collaboration, and people," says Ross Mayfield, CEO of Socialtext. "That's why I think something that is a conversational tool like this really benefits from a direct tie-in to the way you're otherwise working."
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Collaborative Thinking : Enterprise Twitter : Clarity Amid The Hype - 0 views

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    Organizations that want benefits from social network tools will need to make some selective, deliberate and thoughtful choices that are different from the most highly restrictive "need to know" policies. For some more high-level thoughts on the relationship between social network and the org chart, see some high level thoughts on that topic, see: http://www.alevin.com/?p=1280
Ann Oro

You are signed up! - Twitter for Teachers - 0 views

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    A collaborative effort to teach teachers about Twitter.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Collaborative Thinking: Twitter Compared to IM, Email and Forums - 0 views

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    Overall, Twitter is best thought of as a message queuing/routing system built on top of a cache/repository platform.
Jennifer Dorman

Who Should I Follow - 0 views

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    Find new twitter friends
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    WhoShouldiFollow looks at who your Twitter friends follow to suggest new people. By adjusting the sliders on the results page, you can give greater preference in the ranking to less popular Twitter users, or those who are near you. The algorithm is an item-to-item collaborative filter, somewhat similar to how Amazon makes recommendations.
Ann Oro

Twitter for Teachers: Home - Twitter for Teachers - 0 views

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    Twitter for Teachers - a collaborative effort to teach teachers about twitter
Lee Kolbert

100 ways to use VT - 0 views

shared by Lee Kolbert on 08 Oct 08 - Cached
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    Transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting.
Elizabeth Koh

MICROSHARING | Pistachio - 0 views

  • Twitter is a collection of remarks
  • Microsharing reduces the emotional and intellectual distance between people and helps them become more engaged, connected, effective and collaborative
  • As increasingly larger communities engage, rich streams of information generated become resources in their own right. Data can be queried, followed, stored, researched and referenced to provide critical insight, knowledge and tracking of market opinion. The resulting datasets enable early discovery of latent problems, innovation capture, real time tracking of product awareness, breaking news, ad campaign effectiveness and dozens of other business applications not yet widely understood.
Valerie B.

TinyChat.com - Create a free chatroom - 0 views

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    chatroom
Joachim Niemeier

Micro-blogging - Potential Impacts on Informal Communication and Collaborative Work - 0 views

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    Presentation from Dejin Zhao and Mary Beth Rosson, Workshop on Social Networking in Organizations CSCW 2008, San Diego, CA, USA
Janos Haits

Twistory - 0 views

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    Add your Twitter backlog feed to your favorite calendar application and browse through your personal Twitter diary, making your Twitter history both fun and useful!
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