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    flickr.com If the news is that important it will find me | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    As Matthew says, the article “does a great job of describing how digital word of mouth…has become a dominant means of news delivery for young people in a way that I’m not sure old geezers like myself quite grasp”. In other words, as the NYT article puts it, people “are replacing the professional ... Read article

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    darrylking.com.au When free turns to paid. Twitter for Brands (business).

    “Anyone who argues that building a user base and figuring out how to monetize it later is a dumb way to run a business has to deal with the fact that Google did exactly that, and that doing so hasn’t just worked out for the company, but has been spectacularly, mind-bogglingly successful.” from ht... Read article

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    tbray.org Ongoing by Tim Bray · Hogtown

    Hogtown Search See all those building blocks left of centre? There’s really a whole lot of money there. Having said that, I mean no disrespect. I’ve lived in Toronto and been happy; if some happenstance forced me back to Eastern Time, it’d be among my top choices. Updated: 2010/10/17 From: Mathew... Read article

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    bloggingmebloggingyou.wordpress.com Shorting Twitter – Again « Ed Lee's Blogging Me Blogging You | @edlee

    Just one more reason why I am short on Twitter. Mediaweek (via Mathew Ingram – blog | twitter) reports on Nielsen research that found the microblogging platform has a retention rate of just 40 per cent. Admittedly, this is a 33 per cent improvement on previous year’s 30 per cent retention rate bu... Read article

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    inkdrainedkvetch.wordpress.com The key ingredient for the new news emporium « Ink-Drained Kvetch

    Mathew Ingram, an online news evangelist at the Globe and Mail in Toronto, admits that the printed word still has something over the Web that may not be changing anytime soon: “I realize that there is far more content — from a vast diversity of sources — available on the web than there is in… Read article

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    blog.suthakamal.com Ambient Thoughts: October 2006

    Ewan at Smstextnews was equally kind, and made us especially happy when he showed off some of the smart things (we think) we’ve been doing over on the mobile side of things. Mathew Ingram , Rob Hyndman and Mark Evans were all kind enough to write some nice things about us as well. Click to see m... Read article

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    blog.newscred.com What a Launch! Phew… « NewsCred Blog – Thoughts on the Future of News

    By the end of the day, we were covered on all the biggest blogs of the web, including ReadWriteWeb , Ars Technica , SitePoint , CenterNetworks , Profy , Mathew Ingram , theNextWeb , and Louis Gray . There were a lot more, and I’ll link back to all of you in the next few days. BTW, check out Louis... Read article

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    blaise.ca Information Serendipity In Different Mediums | Unity Behind Diversity | Blaise Alleyne

    November 11, 2009 9:50 am by Blaise Alleyne — I’ve been meaning to comment on Mathew Ingram’s defence of newspapers and serendipity . Clay Shirky has been talking about the bundling that occurs in newspapers as a mere accident of print, something that was only necessary given the constraints of p... Read article

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    weblogsky.com More on Mumbai/Twitter

    Svetlana references an excellent piece by Mathew Ingram, who addresses the question whether Twitter can be trusted as a news source since “messages posted to Twitter aren’t verified in any sense of the word, and in many cases could be wrong, or could perpetuate misunderstandings or factual inaccu... Read article

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    ccjig.blogspot.com Civic & Citizen Journalism Interest Group: Some thoughts on citizen journalism and Mumbai

    I see that Mathew Ingram has declared Twitter to be "a source of journalism." At one time the Indian government is reported to have called for a lull in Twitter's live updates in order to protect the commandos' strategy. As Forbes puts it, Mumbai is " Twitter's moment ." But Twitter is not the on... Read article

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    searchengine.tvo.org Audio Podcast #133: The E-book Conspiracy | Search Engine

    By Jesse Brown Tuesday April 17, 2012 GigaOm's Mathew Ingram takes us through the antitrust lawsuit against Apple and the world's biggest book publishers. More on: Blog Archives Most Recent Cable 2 TVO is Ontario's public educational media organization and a trusted source of interactive educatio... Read article

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    gigaom.com Prismatic wants to be the newspaper for a digital age — Tech News and Analysis

    Prismatic wants to be the newspaper for a digital age By Mathew Ingram May. 3, 2012, 2:53pm PT 11 Comments What did the printed newspaper provide in its heyday as the information-delivery system of choice? A collection of news and other interesting content, selected by knowledgeable editors from ... Read article

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    globalnerdy.com Mathew Ingram Joins GigaOM — Global Nerdy

    Mathew Ingram Joins GigaOM by Joey deVilla on January 11, 2010 This is great news all ‘round: for GigaOM , who are getting a great writer to join their ranks, for Mathew , because this is a great opportunity, and for Canada – whose techies since Alexander Graham Bell have been punching above thei... Read article

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    consciousimages.org Social Ed. » Blog Archive » Being Buff #32, Social media at the Globe & Mail with Mathew Ingram

    A blog about how progressive organizations can use social media to change the world. Social Ed.. Support Wikipedia!. Follow Me On Twitter. Subscribe. Pages. What I'm Doing.... Blogroll. Categories. Recent Posts. Meta. Creative Commons. Tags. Recent Comments. Being Buff #32, Social media at the Gl... Read article

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    propr.ca ThirdTuesdayToronto | Pro PR | Page 2

    Here’s the scoop: We’re moving the event to the Berkeley Heritage Event Venue , a converted church at 315 Queen Street East . They can accommodate 200 attendees in what looks like a great space. So, if you’ve been on the wait list and want to grab one of the available places, hop over to the Thir... Read article

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