BCNI is proud to announce our first ever shared session, led by Wall Street Journal Outreach Editor Zach Seward.
We’re giving Seward 50 minutes show off what he’s been up to of late. Look for data-driven experiments and projects from the Journal and Zach to followup his post at wsj.com about all the data the Internet collects about his daily life.
What to expect: We’re still in the early days of social-media analytics: few standards, unreliable metrics, and a cottage industry of services claiming to solve the problem for $9 a month. But nuggets of insight are beginning to emerge along with a promising body of academic research. We’ll review those findings, reveal some new ones, and explore fresh data on the spread of news and information through Twitter and Facebook.
Experiences and Failures in Crowdsourcing: 2012 BCNI lunchtime group session with Daniel Victor of ProPublica « BarCamp NewsInnovation
[…] on the success of last year’s lunchtime shared session, where Zach Seward, then of the Wall Street Journal, spoke to all BarCamp NewsInnovation attendees, […]
This doesn’t appear to be about Daniel Victor, as the homepage link would suggest. 🙂
Ah, edited. That link is here http://bcniphilly.com/2012/04/12/experiences-and-failures-in-crowdsourcing-2012-bcni-lunchtime-group-session-with-daniel-victor-of-propublica/
2013 Attendees: Tumblr Executive Editor Jessica Bennett « BarCamp NewsInnovation
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