Bloggers Won't Match Limbaugh

“Rush is almost always armed for his shows with reams of data and analysis from a wide variety of news and information sources. His commentaries indicate that he has actually read his sources, thought about their meaning, and prepared his own in-depth analyses before trying to persuade audience members during his three on-air hours each day. | By comparison, many bloggers? preparations for their stream-of-consciousness commentaries seem limited to reading…

Merely OK — Usability Testing: What is It?

–Merely OK — Usability Testing: What is It? (EServer TC Library) Of the 15 or so of my resources included in the EServer TC Library, my handout on Usability Testing is ranked the worst. Does anyone out there have any suggestions to make it better? Write a review, and post it on the page. The rest of my resources are at least “Good”, so I’m not at all unhappy. At any…

What is Participatory Journalism?

“When small independent online publications and collaborative news sites with an amateur staff perform original reporting on community affairs, few would contest that they’re engaged in journalism.|When citizens contribute photos, video and news updates to mainstream news outlets, many would argue they’re doing journalism.|But when bloggers comment on and link to news stories, is that journalism?” J.D. Lasica –What is Participatory Journalism? (OJR)

Professor Arrested after Jump from Tower

“University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty member dangled from his parachute on a wire 150 feet above the Seattle area for more than two hours Monday after his jump off a radio tower went awry.” Nahal Toosi –Professor Arrested after Jump from Tower (Journal Setntinel) So… was the tower ivory? Found via Incoming Signals, who files the folowing passage under ‘Great moments in anonymity’: Law enforcement officials declined to fully identify Wade,…