I’ve co-authored the Top 50 Blog Techniques feature which appears in Issue 171 of Web Designer magazine (available now in all good newsagents in the UK and in other countries). It contains 50 (count ‘em!) tried and tested tips to help you use: WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal and Squarespace. Joomla! isn’t the most intuitive CMS, so […]
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The analysis of websites from a cultural and media studies perspective raises numerous methodological hurdles. When conducting audience research using a particular genre of newspaper or magazine there is a centrality to the text(s) being considered. In contrast, researchers of the Internet can often feel overwhelmed by the vastness and global nature of web communication, […]
This post is a little 'off-topic', so I'll keep it brief. I travel a lot by South West Trains [SWT}. Peak train fares in Britain are the highest in Europe (source: Campaign For Better Transport) and it pains me to think that I spend just over £4k a year of my hard-earned cash getting around […]
Those looking for a decent content management system (CMS) for a website [quick tip: look at open source before opening your wallet] should check out the current issue of .Net* Magazine [Issue 177 / July]. *Note: The magazine is known as Practical Web Design outside the UK. It has some good general advice, roughly translated […]
There was an ugly scrap this week on the Sky News blog – Boulton and Co. It involved a silly little competition to name the plane that Gordon Brown flew to the States in. See Plane Stupid – Adam Boulton Blog In the post, the Sky News blogger described Brown’s plane as a ‘pimpmobile’ – […]
Steve Hill (pow365)
Co-author of Online Journalism: The Essential Guide. (http://t.co/3GZgyLO4Hp). Lecturer at Southampton Solent University. Personal views only, except RTs.
Online Journalism: The Essential Guide
- Jellyfish: Do teen girls want “push” or “pull”? March 26, 2007
- Hosting a Jooma! site July 5, 2007
- Reflective practice for journalists May 5, 2007
- The Guardian and its anti-BBC views. July 22, 2008
- Online journalism university courses January 6, 2007
- Enterprising Romanian Holy Man Blesses TV Studios with Paint Roller June 17, 2014
- Blogging in Russia – a video on Al Jazeera English March 22, 2014
- Punishing Reporters for Truth in a Censored Media – Abby Martin & Amber Lyon March 14, 2014
- A local TV revolution begins in Grimsby February 26, 2014
- Writing a dissertation – tips for undergrad journalism students August 28, 2013
- SteveH: I really can't stand South West trains. The thing...
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- RT @LabourSatvir: “@LisaNaomi: Spotted in Derby Rd, clear message to #loveproductions http://t.co/cfZtNE1RM3” But will they listen or care?… 4 hours ago retweeted via LabourSatvir
- RT @clairee_french: Unfortunate juxtaposition on front of the Daily Mail tomorrow... http://t.co/tl890eoxeX 4 days ago retweeted via clairee_french
- Buzzfeed says Pinterest Important for social shares http://t.co/92KKjZN3bM <<what is going on with the 'clarifications' to the story?? 4 days ago
- Howard Stern fan pranks MSNBC’s Malaysian plane crash coverage http://t.co/ZKFqF5NRAK << the award for the least funny prank call is his.. 4 days ago
- American billionaire Nick Hanauer says lets wage minimum wage...he's bang on right of course..http://t.co/od2RxGIdN7 #c4news 2 weeks ago