Tweets for Keeps: January 15 – January 21, 2012
This week: Changing the GOP game again, Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina primary. New Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson announced “small, across-the-board” layoffs. And Wikipedia, Reddit and many others blacked out their sites for a day, winning at least a delay to SOPA legislation in Congress.
Tools & Tactics
— Sustain Journalism (@CSJournalism) January 18, 2012
Tips & Techniques
— blockbyblock (@mybxb) January 17, 2012
Innovations & Experiments
— SaveTheNews (@SaveTheNews) January 16, 2012
Reports & Articles
— Jeff Hartley (@jeffreylhartley) January 19, 2012
People & Collaboration
Huge. J school deans back media transparency rule. N/western, Columbia, Az, Mo, NC, Tex, Syracuse, USC, Harv., Berkeley tinyurl.com/86mvyqm
— stevenwaldman (@stevenwaldman) January 18, 2012
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Topic: Tweets for Keeps