Monthly Archives: March 2010

Benedicto XVI y los casos de pedofilia

Joseph Ratzinger ???con su atenci??n personal a las v??ctimas y su decretada tolerancia cero- no es parte del problema, sino parte de la soluci??n.

Magn??fico resumen del vaticanista John Allen. Recomiendo leer el art??culo completo de J.J. Garc??a-Noblejas, quien lo cita.

Advertisements

La crisis del periodismo

Meanwhile, remaining journalists are expected to work harder and better. The risk is that they will spread themselves too thin across multimedia tasks rather than concentrate on searching for original stories and unusual angles. If they want to attract an audience on the Web, the American blogger Jeff Jarvis, in his book “What Would Google Do?”, advises journalists to concentrate on producing content with high added value: “Do what you do best and link to the rest.”

News production has never been under greater threat. The crisis has led to a reduction in foreign correspondents, editors and fact-checkers, and less in-depth investigative reporting.

“Buscar historias originales y ángulos novedosos”. Este sigue siendo el desafío de los buenos periodistas. Debo la referencia a un twit de @earriagada. Gracias.

Slow Twitter ?? eCuaderno

Slow Twitter

En el marco del evento SXSW 2010 ha tenido lugar un panel titulado Slow Twitter: Users Who Take Their Time Tweeting (#slowtwitter), que es un asunto al que le vengo dando vueltas.

Me interesa no tanto el problema del tiempo que le lleva a un autor elaborar sus tuits, sino un estilo de escritura que es profundo, inteligente, certero y humorístico. Son los tuits que procuro recoger en la serie Twitter: la vida misma en 140 caracteres y es la razón por la que me preocupa la fugacidad del timeline. Aquí en eCuaderno, Juanjo García-Noblejas ya escribió hace años acerca del slow blogging, y tal vez ha llegado la hora de comenzar a pensar en el slow tweeting: escritura breve de gran calidad y tiempo para leerla.

El tema no es menor.

Mañana pondré los links a las últimas tres líneas, que hoy no han quedado bien. Pido disculpas. ((Actualización 18-3-2010: Links OK)).

How to Clip, Sort, and Cite the Entire Web with Zotero

If you’re looking for a way to organize all the information you find and research you do online, and you’ve had enough with bookmarking, copying and pasting, and cobbled-together techniques not cutting it, Zotero is a comprehensive information manager for Firefox.

Zotero is, at its heart, a citation manager. It was designed to facilitate research and to make organizing and including that research in essays and publications pain free. As such, it’s an excellent tool for any scholar, researcher, or student to have in their toolbox. Its utility extends well beyond preparing to write a paper, however, as it allows you to grab nearly anything off the web and insert it into the Zotero system.

Puede ser una buena herramienta -gratuita- para la investigaci??n.