sree sreenivasan

Columbia Journalism Professor
Poynter Visiting New Media Professor
WNBC-TV Tech Reporter
http://www.Sree.net
http://www.SreeTips.com


Political Quotes, Anyone?

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usually find out about sites for this column through reader tips, links
from other sites and notes from friends who say, “check this out.”
Rarely do I learn about useful sites via press releases.

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Neil Reisner’s Place

Time to add to my occasional series on Web heroes and heroines, people who work tirelessly to help the rest of us understand the Internet better. Joining Gary Price, Tara Calishain and Wendy Boswell this week is Neil Read more

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Snarkmarket, Anyone?

Most of the media world, it seems, has seen EPIC 2014, the short, scary Flash movie about the future of the media from the perspective of the year 2014. As scary as it was, predicting the the rise of … Read more

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Wendy’s Wonderful Web

Time to add to my occasional series on Web heroes and heroines, people who work tirelessly to help the rest of us understand the Internet better. Joining Gary Price and Tara Calishain this week is Wendy Boswell, demystifier … Read more

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Tracking TV

Romenesko readers who can’t get enough news about the American TV business have several options. After starting your tour with Poynter’s most popular blog (which has several items a day about the world of broadcasting), you can try these new-ish … Read more

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Your Own Google Maps

We are seeing customized versions of Google Maps being used in all kinds of creative ways across the Web. When you get a chance, check out the dozens of interesting implementations at Lifehack’s Essential Resources for Google Maps.

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Perfecting PowerPoint

I hate PowerPoint. I know that for many of you, them’s fightin’ words. After all, the wildly popular software is the staple of presentations everywhere. Even kids in elementary school these days are taught to use it for show-’n'-tell. 

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The Changing Media Landscape

The grainy photo to the left shows you a brave last stand.

It was taken on a recent morning in my Manhattan apartment hallway, with a cellphone camera (hence the bad lighting, poor depth of field, etc.). It shows home-delivered newspapers outside … Read more

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Social Networking for Journalists

“Social networking for journalists” sounds
like some sort of lesson in manners and schmoozing. While we all
certainly know people who could use some help in that arena (present
company excluded, of course), this column is about how journalists can

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I Hate E-mail, Part II

My last column was filled with tips and lessons from a recent spate of e-mail troubles. I thought I was going to teach you folks something, but, instead, I got a lot of useful tips and ideas from the … Read more

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