Did you hear about today’s emergency US Airways flight landing in the Hudson River on Twitter? Us too. In what seemed like the world’s fastest news cycle, Twitter was undeniably the breaking source for all updates—and if it wasn’t breaking news, it was definitely where the news was disseminated. As soon as the crash happened […]
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Archive for the ‘Microblogging’ Category
Shanee Ben-ZurJanuary 15th, 2009
Mike ManuelJuly 9th, 2008
So you could argue that the Achilles heel of most social media programs is that we’re all, in some way, increasingly relying on a variety of third party services and tools to augment our efforts online — and with that reliance comes an assumed risk that these services will remain accessible and dependable all the […]
Voce NationMay 8th, 2008
Stephen Baker is breaking new ground as he collaborates live on Twitter to develop an article on BusinessWeek about the business value of microblogging. While there may have been other bloggers that have collaborated on Twitter to develop a story, they weren’t done by “traditional” media brands like BusinessWeek. Dave Donahue captured some great points […]
- Nov 24, 2015 // Sean Lenehan
Voce Student Essential Reading 11/24: NBA on Social Media, Snapchat’s Newest Feature & More
- Nov 18, 2015 // Christopher Barger
2016 Social Network Predictions: Social Commerce, Facebook Advertising and Ad Blocking
- Nov 10, 2015 // Sean Lenehan
Voce Student Essential Reading 11/10: Snapchat Rising, Copy-Editing Vigilantes & More
- Nov 09, 2015 // Chris Thilk
2016 Social Network Predictions: A Giant Will Fall
- Nov 02, 2015 // Andrew Stoltzfus
2016 Social Network Predictions: Back to 1999?
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