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Outlines the concept of 'Passive Aggressive Newsgathering' - week 1 lecture to online journalism students on BA Journalism degree at Birmingham City University

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    • Paul Bradshaw Senior Lecturer, Online Journalism, Magazines and New Media, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com) Blogger, Online Journalism Blog ‘ Passive-Aggressive Newsgathering’ (or: How to combine RSS and social networks to find ideas, leads and contacts)
    • New types of information
    •  
    • New types of journalist
    • link
    • link
    •  
    • RSS
    • What sites have RSS?
      • News sites
      • Blogs
      • Facebook, MySpace etc.
      • Flickr (tags, comments, friends and groups only)
      • YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
      • Twitter
      • Delicious, Digg, etc.
    • Other useful RSS tools
      • Page2RSS.com
      • Feedburner
      • Google Docs
      • 9cays
    • Searches by RSS
      • Google News Search, Yahoo News
      • Technorati, icerocket, ljseek
      • Search.Twitter.com, twitterlocal.net
      • Flickr (via Yahoo! Pipes)
      • video.google.com, YouTube
      • Delicious, Digg, Propeller, Reddit
      • Boardreader
      • Add mloovi
    • Monitor the conversation (ego)
    • 7 things you can do now
      • Create an account with an RSS reader (e.g. Google Reader, Bloglines). Add :
      • 2 news site feeds
      • 2 blog feeds
      • 1 blog search feed (use Technorati or Google Blog Search)
      • 1 news search feed (use Google News)
      • 1 Twitter search feed (use search.twitter.com)
      • 1 forum search feed (use Boardreader)
      • 1 delicious tag feed
    • Get social
    •  
    • Managing your feeds
      • Tip: create 10 category folders (e.g. searches; local; ego; Asia) and have max 5 feeds in each
      • Use Yahoo! Pipes to truncate, filter and combine your RSS feeds
    • More things you can do now
      • Add 2 RSS feeds recommended by Google Reader
      • 2 Delicious users to your network (see who has bookmarked the same things)
      • 2 ‘similar sites’ brought up by a Google search
      • 2 blogs that link to a blog you subscribe to (use Technorati)
    • Paul Bradshaw Senior Lecturer, Online Journalism, Magazines and New Media, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com) Blogger, Online Journalism Blog [email_address]