Grad school update: I think I’m done

For those of you keeping score, I started blogging, more or less, when I started graduate school at San Jose State University back in early 2005. As of Monday, April 6, 2009, I’m finished with my M.S. in Mass Communications at SJSU’s School of Journalism & Mass Communications, after turning in my project report and […]

ReportingOn 0.2: Connect with Twitter

From the message I sent to members of the What Are You Reporting On? Facebook group yesterday: The initial, humble little piece of integration with Twitter is live now at www.reportingon.com. If you look at the right side of the page there, you’ll see a list of all the recent tweets sent to @reportingon. If […]

ReportingOn.com

Thanks to everyone who noticed the pillow-soft launch of ReportingOn.com in the only link in my Resolutions post, and especially to those of you who commented, e-mailed, tweeted, or blogged about the project. At the moment, it’s just an URL, an idea, and a comment thread, but it’s building momentum, and that’s pleasant. A few […]

WJMCR 10 (May 2007): “Newspapers and Their Online Editions: Factors that Influence Successful Integration”

“…struggling with issues of “clarifying” and “routinizing” the innovative technology as amplified by Rogers1 in his exploration of the innovation process…” WJMCR 10 (May 2007): “Newspapers and Their Online Editions: Factors that Influence Successful Integration”