- [Max Cutler – What is a (news) CMS?](http://www.maxcutler.com/2010/09/13/what-is-a-news-cms) – Thanks to @foodiesarah for pointing me to this post that explains just what a news cms is. - [Twitter Journalism » Tips For “Live Tweeting” An Event](http://www.twitterjournalism.com/2009/06/28/tips-for-live-tweeting-an-event/) – “The event itself, whether it be a court trial, sporting event, press conference, or some sort of breaking news, does not matter much. The basics are pretty much the same. Here’s some tips” - [The BBC and missed data journalism opportunities | Online Journalism Blog](http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2010/09/20/the-bbc-and-missed-data-journalism-opportunities/) – “I’ve tweeted a couple of times recently about frustrations with BBC stories that are based on data but treat it poorly. As any journalist knows, two occasions of anything in close proximity warrants an overreaction about a “worrying trend”. ” And here is Pauls view - [Lessons from the BBC on online video that works | Reportr.net](http://www.reportr.net/2010/09/20/lessons-bbc-online-video-works/) – A pointer to the recent Brave News Worlds: Navigating the New Media Landscape report with some interesting snippets for video enthusiast. - [The H1 Zoom](http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.r73.net/2010/09/20/der-zoom-h1/) – A review of the H1 Zoom by Gernan video journalist Roman Mischel - [University of Central Lancashire heads student magazine awards shortlist](http://www.journalism.co.uk/2/articles/540651.php) – Some rampant departmental promotion.”The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has received nine nominations in the shortlist for this year’s Magazine Academy awards.” - [My Henry Stewart talk about ‘Blogging, Twitter and Journalism’ | Online Journalism Blog](http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2010/09/20/my-henry-stewart-talk-about-blogging-twitter-and-journalism/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+onlinejournalismblog+%28Online+Journalism+Blog%29) – Paul Bradshaw has recorded a 48 minute presentation covering ‘Blogging, Twitter and Journalism‘ for the Henry Stewart series of talks. It’s designed for journalism students. Well worth a listen - [The still-evolving Newsonomics of digital transition » Nieman Journalism Lab](http://www.niemanlab.org/2010/09/the-still-evolving-newsonomics-of-digital-transition/) – Ken Doctor does some maths – “Start with 60 percent. That’s the rough percentage of costs that might come out of an enterprise, as print production, printing, circulation and distribution expenses, along with those jobs, were eliminated. The 40 percent or so remaining? Figure about 20 percent of costs are newsroom, and 10-15 percent are ad sales. Add in a reduced (from print heyday) number of finance, HR, marketing and management jobs. As one publisher told me: “There are still way too many managers around, managing lots fewer people and lots less money.” (thanks to @agranado) - [When crowdsourcing is your only option | Online Journalism Blog](http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2010/09/20/when-crowdsourcing-is-your-only-option/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+onlinejournalismblog+%28Online+Journalism+Blog%29) – “PriceOfWeed.com is a great example of when you need to turn to crowdsourcing to obtain data for your journalism” - [Beware, journalists: Apple is not your friend | yelvington.com](http://www.yelvington.com/content/beware-journalists-apple-not-your-friend) – A prime piece of link/apple fanboy baiting. Yelvington almost hits the point – ok apple et al may be sociapthic physcopathic organisations but they don’t hate you. They just don’t care. That’s different from actively hating you. I think more than a little of Robert Ringer’s paranoia has slipped through