Number one sign you’ve been doing this journalism malarky for a while is that you don’t post “LOOK AT ME!!” posts every time something is published.
Nah. Instead you save up a few and then do an even bigger “AINT I JUST BRILLIANT?!” post instead.
So here are a few things I’ve been up to lately.
Journalism.co.uk: ‘Journalism schools: embrace Al Jazeera’s Creative Commons deal’
You might not know it yet, but Al Jazeera may have just changed the face of student journalism.
BBC News: The future of TV lies on the net
In early March, the BBC Trust set about the task of debating the public value of Project Canvas.
Should the plans put forward by the BBC executive get the go-ahead, it might mean that Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) becomes a staple feature in UK homes as early as 2010.
BBC News: Making money on a social network
It remains the elephant in the room. Or, more to the point, the “fail whale” in the room.
Just how are social networks, with their millions upon millions of users, going to make money?
BBC News: Online brand abuse ‘on the rise’
Online abuse of the world’s top brands is rising, according to a report.
Cyber-squatting – in which someone registers a domain name with the aim of selling it on at a later date – remains the most common form of abuse.