This project from the Knight Lab at Northwestern University lets you search Twitter and see your results in a variety of ways. twXplorer lets you see up to 500 recent tweets containing your search term, provides a bar graph showing the most popular words that appear with your search term, and shows the most popular hashtags and links that appear in tweets with your search term.
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This site from the Harvard Business Review provides guidelines for envisioning and hiring an effective digital content team. Although you may not yet be at the stage where you’re actually hiring people, the principles described might help you be one of the people who gets hired.
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Journalists at the New York Times’ social media desk reflect on what worked–and what didn’t–during 2013.
Tom Rosenstiel, Executive Director of the American Press Institute, addresses the question, “Has digital technology made journalism worse or better?”
This page contains links to all of the finalists (and the winners!) of the Online News Association’s 2013 awards.