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Best of NABJ Digital Blog-Friday Fast Five

By Benét J. Wilson, DJTF co-chair,
Online Managing Editor-Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group

Editor’s note: we are taking this week off to enjoy the holidays with our families.  So this week, we’ll be re-running past posts.  Today’s post is our Friday Fast Five, which offers up  5 items of interest dealing with changes/news/tools/tricks in the business of new media and journalism.  This one comes from an Oct. 30 post.  Enjoy!

  1. Five Wickedly Clever Ways to Use Twitter:  I know journalists continue to debate on whether it’s worth their time to use Twitter as a tool.  I am one that does use Twitter as one of several tools to help me in my job.  This list offers other possibilities.
  2. TV Stations Start Broadcasting to Mobile Gadgets:  The New York Times has a story about the Open Mobile Video Coalition, which has completed a standard that now allows television to broadcast live on cell phones.  Yes, you can watch TV on Verizon phones, but those are just clips.
  3. How Alfred Hitchcock can make you a better storyteller:  You know I’m a BIG fan of Mark Luckie’s 10,000 Words blog, and he strikes gold again with this post.  It’s also a bonus for those of us who are Hitchcock film fans, like me.
  4. Top 30 Best Tools for Writing Online:  I am always looking for the latest tool to help me along with the writing process, and this post has some great suggestions in categories including word processing, blogging, microblogging, jotting ideas, social networking and job search.
  5. How to integrate your social media presence:  I started on Facebook and Twitter before I really thought about how I wanted to use them.   Which is why I really like the tips in this blog post from Mary Ellen Slater.


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