Tuesday, March 15, 2011

JRC Chat at noon discusses being first, but being right

Members of the Journal Register Company Idealab, editors, digital ninjas and anyone interested are once again holding another weekly Twitter chat at noon today (we've changed the time to be able to include more people).

We'll be talking about how new web tools allow us to be first in covering a story and how does that compromise or challenge our goal of being right.

The feed is posted below.  But you can also follow the chat here or here or also here. And you can also check out past chats over here.

If you want to chime in, just post a tweet with the hashtag "#jrcchat" so it can automatically appear below, or post a comment in the field at the bottom of the chat.

Bonus! If something seems hard to follow, don't hesitate to ask questions. We're a pretty nice crowd and that's the whole point of the chat.

And, yes, once again, I'm copy-pasting much of what I said last week. It's part of what I've dubbed, the Two-Click Philosophy. More on that DURING THE CHAT!


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  2. Good Afternoon Ivan,

    Just finished reading the JRC chat at noon. The only input I have is about the "pop under" . I really have no problem with it. Maybe as an improvement. It would be that more information would be useful to us the reader. As an example to me. I wish it was more informative for things that are not on the main page. If you want my eyeballs on the popunder, then it should get my attention. I realize this is a work in progress and am just trying to giving you some good imput.

    Please share this with Ira.