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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Dave Earley tagged mojo

Reviews of audio, video, photo editing apps, as well as live streaming, note taking apps and more.

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"a pocket guide that journalism organizations and educators can use to help prep and remind journalists in the field of the mobile reporting tools best practices."

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Exploring best practices in mobile journalism

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"Australian results of their 2008 Worldwide Mobile Data Service (MDS) Study [...] growth in the number of Australians using their mobile phone for a wider range of products and services. [...] 41% of respondents were interested in mobile banking, 44% were interested in the ability to pay for things with their mobile phone and 31% of respondents were interested in using community sites."

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I'm a bit late in bookmarking this. Thought I had done it two months ago. This sort of thing excites me for journalism. Defining his role as a mobile journalist (mojo), but just diving in and defining it as he goes.

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"The end of the newspaper era is the beginning of decentralized news reporting, where 'timeliness over quality' is the rule of the day. [...] millions of citizen journalists beating seasoned journalists to the punch by transmitting from the scene of the crime/crash/emergency/flood/fire/standoff, using only their cell phone. [...] With millions of iPhone owners out there who will all eventually know how to send live video, take great pictures and distribute instantly through the Internet with their cell phone, how many years will it be before the news is 90% crowd-sourced? -Kirk"

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People need to remember that MSM need instant photos for online. MSM need to remember they should not just acknowledge the public for these pics, but remunerate where appropriate (exclusive/first). In this example, photos taken on an iPhone (remember, only a 2 megapixel camera) were paid for at the same rate as 'pro' photos.
"After I sent another couple of photos, I [...] found messages from the editor of philly.com [...]. She had seen my Twitter posts and Twitpics, and was interested in getting them.
I let her know that there were other pros working hard on the scene, but the Internet wants breaking news asap and - in a nutshell - she bought my pictures and posted one right away.
I was compensated roughly on the scale that freelancers in this town are paid in traditional scenarios: for responding and shooting with pro-level Nikons or Canons, and delivering their photos via laptops with cell modems."

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1. MoFuse
2. Wirenode
3. UBIK.com
4. Google Reader
5. Google Mobile Optimizer
6. Mippin

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