Daily Archives: March 29, 2011

Technical resources for your multimedia project

A reminder when you get to post-production phase on your multimedia projects — we’ve got some superb resources available to you among our broadcast associates on the third floor. They’re knowledgeable, ready to help and open to scheduling one-on-one time … Continue reading

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The world’s incredible march toward better health in the 20th century

A friend forwarded this BBC segment, which combines some truly amazing data visualization with a narrated stand-up.

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Ethics and Forensics in the age of Photoshop Photojournalism at MIT | Lightstalkers

Come hear about the history of faked photos and what news organizations can do about them. via Ethics and Forensics in the age of Photoshop Photojournalism at MIT | Lightstalkers.

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Getting started in podcasting | Knight Digital Media Center

A new podcasting guide offers a practical way to get started with this already highly popular medium. The how-to guide, from podcaster Matthew Haughey, covers everything from appropriate podcast lengths and formats to all the equipment, software and hosting services you’ll … Continue reading

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Finding photo fakes; Getting started in podcasting | Knight Digital Media Center

If you’ve ever worried about photo fakery on your news outlet, you may soon have a detection tool to help uncover it.A digital forensics expert is working to develop commercial software that detects subtle changes to the standard jpeg format … Continue reading

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Website hack session tomorrow, Wednesday, at 5:30 pm. Come one, come all! If you have any questions about setting up your personal or project website, using HTML/CSS, want to learn a little bit of Javascript, or anything else, please stop … Continue reading

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