[Setting the Tone for Blogging filters](http://broadstuff.com/archives/876-Setting-the-Tone-for-Blogging-filters.html)
Towards a classification system for blogs…of a certain type.
[How to: master Twitter, if you’re a journalist](http://www.journalism.co.uk/7/articles/531439.php)
Handy guide to using Twitter, targeted at hacks.
[Journalism.co.uk launches PressGo, a new press release repository : Journalism.co.uk editors blog](http://blogs.journalism.co.uk/editors/2008/04/21/journalismcouk-launches-pressgo-a-new-press-release-repository/)
Interesting model. Pay to stream press releases via RSS…
[The world needs more people who speak both ‘user’ and ‘developer’](http://evolvingnewsroom.blogspot.com/2008/04/world-needs-more-people-who-speak-both.html)
Yes, we certainly need more people who can bridge the (often vast) divide between the people who create the content and the people who build the publishing systems
[Where can “print” reporters go?](http://paulconley.blogspot.com/2008/04/where-can-print-reporters-go.html)
Just dealt with another “all this social media stuff is rubbish” type letter on our corporate internet. I should have just linked this instead.
[noodlepie: Social media news tracking for journalists](http://www.noodlepie.com/2008/04/social-media-ne.html)
Interesting course concept.
Adam has been a blogger for over 20 years, and a journalist for more than 25. He currently works as a consultant and trainer, helping people do better, more engaged online journalism.
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