How to Avoid Social Network Overload

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For freelancers, staying connected is critical for finding the next gig, but it also likely means you’re likely getting burned out using social networks (if you haven’t already.) The New York Times called this “digital fatigue.” Perhaps that’s why Brian Solis,…

This Week’s Headlines: Portable eBooks and a Vanishing Paywall

Two book-turned-movie phenomenons made headlines this week. First, movie-goers flocked to theaters last weekend for the opening of The Hunger Games, based on the popular YA books by Suzanne Collins, and later, J.K. Rowling released Harry Potter in ebook format.…

This Week’s Headlines: Curator’s Code, New Republic Gets New EIC

The big stories this week in media and publishing show the continuing evolution of online copyright law and best practices, as well as the relevance of new technology like livestreaming and smart phones in reporting on international affairs.

Court Declares…

Enhance Your Professional Profile through Online Content Curation

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You’ve heard of online content curation—and most likely, you’re already doing it without thinking much about it. Every time you post a link to an article on Twitter, or share a video link on Facebook, you’re curating content for your…

The Writer’s Guide to Pinterest

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Lately we’ve heard a ton of buzz about online pinboard Pinterest: how it recently hit 10 million U.S. monthly uniques and how savvy brands and publishers are using the site for content marketing. And yes, there’s been some backlash over…

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