I do believe that Snapchat can be used as an effective story telling tool. Snapchat has been around for quite some time now and by now should be on just about everyone’s smartphone. It is considered a social media, so it’s on par with Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc., and social media is all about sharing […]Read more "Is Snapchat an effective storytelling tool?"
In New York Times Magazine, there is a multimedia news package that was released in 2015 titled “Walking New York.” It is a series of short stories written by New Yorkers and along with it was a panorama of the part of New York that they were talking about. There are dozens of different locations […]Read more "Multimedia News Package"
This information graphic shows many different statistics about seafood. The infographic definitely has a lot happening and the wording is a little bit confusing. The first thing that was read for me was the big orange numbers. I didn’t notice the title of the infographic at all until further inspection and in the words “value” […]Read more "Analysis of Infographics"
I came across a video on Reddit and it was an interview of Matthew Fox, lead actor of the television show Lost; he was being interviewed by David Letterman on his show. The interview was on May 17th, 2010 and the video was added the day after. Letterman asked Fox about his time in Hawaii, […]Read more "Matthew Fox on David Letterman"
I’ve never used Twitter before so the whole idea of following people, having followers, and tweeting is alien to me. I’ve followed five journalists/news companies: CNN, NBC News, The New York Times, BBC News World, and Stephen Colbert. CNN, NBC, and the NYT are your typical news sources. They post what’s current and what’s current […]Read more "My Experience with Twitter"