Nina L. Diamond


Pinterest, the photo-sharing site, is a tool journalists can use, but it has its limitations. (AP Photo/Pinterest)

Journalists can use Pinterest, but with limitations

Update: I will be pinning this how-to Poynter article to my Pinterest page, afterall. After reading my article, writer Deborah Nam-Krane tweeted me with a workaround she uses to get past the Pinterest image pinning limitation I discuss here. Until Read more

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What journalists need to know about Twitter’s expanded lists

I’m in Twitter List Heaven. Well, actually, now that Twitter has expanded the capabilities of its list feature, just about the only category I haven’t made a new list for is heaven.

Before Twitter updated its lists feature last … Read more

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How journalists can remove themselves from Twitter lists — & why it matters

I love Twitter lists, and a while back I wrote about how they can help you as a journalist. So you may be surprised that I’m now going to tell you why you might not want to be on … Read more

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8 tips for using Twitter Lists

If I could change anything about Twitter, allowing us to have more than 20 lists would be high up on my list. Pun unavoidable.

Twitter grows with each redesign that expands its abilities, but it hasn’t expanded the limits of … Read more

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