A few weeks ago I discovered this video on the Guardian’s website in which the presenter complains about grammar snobs. She starts off by saying: Grammar snobs are patronising, pretentious and just plain wrong This made me laugh, but I Continue reading Are you a grammar snob?
This week I’ve been reading quite a few reports and comments on the New York Times internal report on digital innovation. The 96 page report was given to top executives at the paper last month and looks at how the Continue reading The New York Times Innovation Report
For the last couple of days I’ve been watching the two videos below, which provide tips on how to make your journalism better. They’ve been produced by the Poynter Institute, a non profit school for journalism. The videos are part Continue reading 100 Ideas to Make Your Journalism Better
On journalism.co.uk’s website I was reading this article which gives you links to tools and resources to help improve your writing. How to improve your writing: free tools and resources I thought it was quite useful which is why I’m Continue reading Tip of the day: How to improve your writing: free tools and resources
I don’t know about you but I’ve been worrying about what I’m going do when Google Reader ends on the 1 July 2013. I can relax now because I’ve found the perfect alternative and it’s Feedly. It seems I’m not Continue reading I’m going with Feedly – my alternative to Google Reader