Liveblogging 101

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Presented by Robin Yap & Jeffrey Keefer at NorthernVoice 2008 Internet Bootcamp in Vancouver BC Canada

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  • Liveblogging 101

    1. 1. NV08 Internet BootCamp, 2/22/08 Jeffrey Keefer [email_address] Robin Yap [email_address]
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    10. 10. NV08 Internet BootCamp, 2/22/08 Jeffrey Keefer [email_address] Robin Yap [email_address]
    11. 11. <ul><li>Do you want to actively capture, report, interpret, and comment upon what happens around us in real time? Think only professional journalists can do this? If so, then think again! Liveblogging is a term for when people blog about events and presentations as they unfold, with all the personal feelings, interpretations, and thoughts through which we see the world. </li></ul><ul><li>Unfiltered. Raw. Authentic. Liveblogging is active involvement, publishing co-created perception on blogs in real time. This session will explore how people liveblog, its usefulness in an age of social media, and some best practices. </li></ul>

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