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"Figment.com will be unveiled on Monday as an experiment in online literature, a free platform for young people to read and write fiction, both on their computers and on their cellphones. Users are invited to write novels, short stories and poems, collaborate with other writers and give and receive feedback on the work posted on the site. "
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[Social media, and using it to report, is neither owned by the journalism school nor the journalist. Everyone can learn how to report using social media, anyone can report using social media. Anyway, the 10 ways in the article are:]
1. Promoting Content
3. News Gathering and Research
4. Crowdsourcing and Building a Source List
5. Publishing with Social Tools
6. Blog and Website Integration
7. Building Community and Rich Content
8. Personal Brand
9. Ethics: Remember, You're Still a Journalist
10. Experiment, Experiment, Experiment
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QUOTE: "Social journalism ... is now an essential component of any news organization’s strategy.
Citizen journalists post photos of fast-breaking events, and cover stories from a different angle than legacy news organizations, but it’s the premeditated watchdog or advocacy role that defines a social journalist. Another factor is the network effect: people using social media to communicate and collaboratively produce content. Editors are still important, but the pieces are shaped by crowd dynamics and the velocity of information."
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"two thirds of [Australian] internet users looked at other people’s content on social networking sites during 2008 – this is according to Nielsen Online’s latest ‘Consumer Generated Media’ report.
The report, aimed at providing an analysis of consumer generated media (CGM) in Australia, shows that CGM has become a mainstream activity for the majority of internet users. "