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Last night Barcelona against drew PSG in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-finals clash. Scoring two goals in Paris set up the Catalan giants for a spot in the semifinals. But not all was good news for...
Kate Day, social media editor at the Telegraph, talks her through her very busy day.
Come one, come all, to the first Interhacktives meet-up, where we ask:   How can online communities assist and enhance traditional journalism? What does a community manager actually do? Which are the most useful social media and online tools?   At this meet-up four experienced...
The Data Journalism Awards (DJA)- the first international contest recognising outstanding work in the field of data journalism – has just announced it is back in 2013 for its second ever year, this time with some exciting additions. The Guardian’s...
Last week saw my first ever live-blogging attempt, a Halloween live-blog for Islington Now. It was an opportunity to cover something which was hyper-local, with lots of events to report, but also light-hearted and fun, so any mistakes wouldn’t...
London's blogosphere descended upon the basement of The Long Acre tonight to celebrate the end of what has been the first day of Social Media Week London and to take part in their regular Meet-up. Established London-based bloggers - some...
Social Media Week London is finally here. Still don't know what's it about and why we're on about it? Here's how the organisers put it: Reflecting the global impact of social media – and its role as a catalyst in...
Social Media Week is a multi-city real-time conference that aims to take the global social networking conversation to the next level. As Martin Bryant explains, it's an international celebration of the way online social tools are transforming the world we live in....
If you follow me, @andrewstuart, on Twitter you may well know I am a big user of Instagram. I even use it to do a 365 project. I find it a fun, experimental and quirky way of sharing photos. You...
Update Sunday 24 July 2011 : At least 86 young people were killed Friday at youth camp on Utoeya, Norway, shot by a 32-year-old native Norwegian. Seven more died in a bombing in Oslo. Here are some first and second-hand accounts as well as traditional news reports.
Abby Young-Powell Kate Day, The Telegraph’s Social Media and Engagement Editor, gives three good reasons why Journalists should make the most of sites like Twitter (this one’s for all the sceptics out there)... 1. Employers judge us on our online presence Impressing...
Tweets from the hashtag #spplive.
Rebecca Ratcliffe At this week’s Hacks/Hackers meet up Heather Brooke discussed the Companies House website’s paywall and the restrictions it places on access to company data. In response, audience members suggested some useful sites which offer free access to annual accounts....