Edition No. 5

September 27, 2016 — As we wait to see what great new things our design team is creating . . . Pats on the Back It was good to see that newsy stories from the Legacy got quickly posted on Lindenlink. There’s no need to hold off on posting stories that have strong news angles.…

Ten Tools to Help Your Mobile Storytelling

September 24, 2016 — So, here’s something interesting that I’m bringing back from the Excellence in Journalism 2016 conference in New Orleans. It’s a tools list being offered by Mike Reilley, a guy who knows his stuff and the guy who runs the Journalist’s Toolbox page that is part of the Society of Professional Journalists website. If you…

Pushing Open the Government Door

September 22, 2016 — The Society of Professional Journalists and other journalism groups have kicked off a campaign to get the presidential debate moderators to ask about the candidates’ plans for maintaining an open government during their administrations. The campaign asks people to reach out to the moderators through social media. I bring this up…

OK, Snapchat, You Win.

September 16, 2016 — And so it appears that we need to start using Snapchat for Lindenlink/Legacy. I still get a chuckle or two from students in class when I suggest that journalists are using Snapchat, but this article makes a good argument that we should start sending out snaps or chats or whatever they’re…

Edition No. 4

September 13, 2016 — Now that the gloss of a new semester is wearing off and this weird HVZ thing is gearing up again, we can get into some routines (in a good way). Some things to be happy about this week: The pilgrimage by Phil S. and Walker to Talequah resulted in a solid…

Edition No. 3

September 5, 2016 — Time for more fun and a look back at the week on Lindenlink. Let’s jump in with some pats on the back. Excellent football game photos, including an incredible, potential award-winner, from Carly Fristoe. The only downside for photos like this is that they set the bar high for the rest of…