Monthly Archives: May 2011

Live Coverage

The first time Laura and I attempted our live coverage project, it did not go well.  Our event wasn’t what we imagined it to be and we were fairly unprepared for the task at hand. Good thing for second chances. … Continue reading

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Portfolio Site Stats

And I thought I was popular. Hmpf. Well, now I know how to make my portfolio site more popular–through greater outreach and constant updates. As you can see, I haven’t done much of either this semester, but it’s not too … Continue reading

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Debating the NYC Skyline Social Media Follow-Up

For the days leading up to the event both Matt and I posted the event blog post on our facebook pages to promote to friends and family. I don’t have a screen shot of Matt’s page but here is mine … Continue reading

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Dan R. – Portfolio Site Analytics

I’ve had 16 visits to my portfolio site, which is a step up from the 2 that I had last week. It’s not many, but I haven’t done much outreach on my site lately. Unsurprisingly, Facebook works well and is … Continue reading

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Live Coverage Follow-Up: Whitney Community Day

On Saturday, May 21, I worked with Ashley Welch and Laura Ratliff in covering the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Community Day. It was celebrating the groundbreaking of the Whitney’s new site (though the literal one happens Tuesday, May 24). … Continue reading

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How Cricket Explains New York

  Like everyone in our group, I was a “jack of all trades” for our Blog Talk Radio panel on How Cricket Explains New York. I made contact with an old professor at Hunter College that taught a class “Sports … Continue reading

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Semester Wrap-up

A few notes on things from this semester: Live Coverage I worked on the back end of this project helping to design the website and coordinating the posting of projects. It gave me insight into what goes into producing a … Continue reading

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Semester Wrap

Google Analytics I didn’t find analyzing my web traffic on my portfolio site that useful. I haven’t been able to put in the time to get it to a place where I feel it’s even worth it to promote it … Continue reading

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Finally, analytics

I’m a little late on posting the analytics to my portfolio blog. There isn’t much to report, but I’ll say a few things. Over the last month, I’ve only had six hits on my site. Two came through the Interactive … Continue reading

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Live coverage wrap: Cricket in the city

I did a little bit of everything for our Blog Talk Radio panel on How Cricket Explains New York: promoted the show, took photographs, worried over web functionality and hosted the program. All members of the team contributed to the … Continue reading

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