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Friday Fast Five + Five

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

EDITOR’S NOTE: The NABJ Digital Journalism Task Force  and the NABJ Media Institute are holding a  webinar TODAY: “Video Storytelling for Journalists,”  starting at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time.  It’s not too late to register, here.

I owe my readers an apology.  I have been lagging a bit with blog posts.  We all know how life gets in the way!  But I’m back on track and have several great interviews coming in the next few weeks.  A side effect is that the news keeps happening and my Fast Five bookmarks folder is packed, so I’m making an executive decision — I’m going to do 10 tips every Friday for the rest of the year.   And even though Mark Luckie is no longer the owner of the 10000 Words blog, I will continue my streak of leading off with a post from here.  Enjoy!

  1. 10000 Words5 Ways to find, mix and mash your data
  2. Black Star RisingAfter the Newspaper Layoff: The First Six Things You Should Do
  3. Mashable12 Beginner Tutorials for Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator
  4. AMEX Open ForumHow to Run Your Business Online With $10 (and a Google Account)
  5. Social Media A La CarteHow to Use Flickr Photos on Your WordPress Blog
  6. Jorgen SundbergHow To Make Google Love Your Twitter Profile
  7. Lost RemoteSocial Media Tips and Tools for Journalists
  8. Multimedia ShooterWhy You NEED to Learn After Effects, NOW!
  9. GigaOM5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Google Reader
  10. Nieman LabFive important mobile app findings for news orgs


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