Author Archives: Ian Thomas

Recap of Social Media Promotion (Ian & Nick)

Here’s a wrap-up of our social media promotion for the land use meeting.

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Land Use Meeting Wrapup Coverage

For our wrap-up coverage, we did a post for The Local. Here’s a screenshot of how it was presented, as well as the direct link.

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Live Coverage of Brooklyn’s CB2 Land Use Committee Meeting

Join us on Wednesday, May 18 at 5:30 p.m. as we live blog Brooklyn’s Community Board 2’s land use committee meeting, where a number of changes to the face of the neighborhood you live in will be discussed and voted … Continue reading

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Update: A Job Doesn’t Grow in Brooklyn

Updates: Added new info to blog post Reworked audio track (took out some background info and added to blog post and titlecards, moved around soundbites). Added pictures and took out “duplicates,” or similarly themed photos. Smoothed out audio levels   … Continue reading

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Portfolio Update – Analytics

Here’s my update on how my site is doing in terms of viewership, and what I think I can do better to improve that.

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A Job Doesn’t Grow In Brooklyn

Brooklyn is booming. The borough’s population has steadily increased since 2000 – Census estimates showed a 4.4 percent increase in 2009, one of the largest county gains in the country (The 1.1 percent gain shown in the 2010 Census is … Continue reading

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Understanding Retail Sales (Revised)

With the economic crisis officially over, the American economy has started to grow again, and one of the constant themes thrown around is that the consumer is spending more money. This economic statistic is tabulated as retail sales, and when … Continue reading

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Understanding Retail Sales

With the economic crisis officially over, the American economy has started to grow again, and one of the constant themes thrown around is that the consumer is spending more money. This economic statistic is tabulated as retail sales, and when … Continue reading

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Portfolio Update

I did a bit of a re-design on my site following the feedback and such that I got on it when we presented them last time.

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Portfolio: Ian Thomas

So far I’m still hammering away at getting my site to just how I like it. I’ve stuck with the Widescreen theme from Graph Paper Press; I feel it helps highlight my work best. I’ve included a front page video, … Continue reading

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