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Newsroom Wikipedia contingency plan

Let me preface this by saying, this should always be the Wikipedia contingency plan… One of our reporters tweeted the following: –Julie Domel

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Another Way to Look at the Congressional Record

I’m going to start this Tech Tips post by assuming that, unlike me, most people don’t love reading the Congressional Record. But newsrooms often like to know what’s in it, and when their elected representatives said it. The tried and … Continue reading

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Notes from the Chair: Preoccupations for 2012

It has certainly been a very intense year in media: sometimes I wonder if it is the nature of the topics, our times or that there is so much more coverage and awareness. At present I think it is all … Continue reading

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Santa Fe librarian Rebekah Azen has passed away

Thanks to NPR’s Laura Soto-Barra for alerting the newslib community about the passing of Rebekah Azen, who had served as a librarian and consultant for the Santa Fe New Mexican for 15 years. An obituary for Rebekah can be found … Continue reading

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Aside Bar – From the Editor

Is it November already? I am already feeling left behind by whirls of activity and the holidays are not yet upon us. And I don’t just mean in my personal life. Professionally, I’m feeling as if the rest of the … Continue reading

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Washington Post ombudsman lauds paper’s researcher

In his blog, Omblog, Washington Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton corrects a previous post where he neglected to mention the work of Post researcher Alice Crites in the debunking of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio’s embellished past. Personally, I was impressed that … Continue reading

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