Sunday, October 28, 2007

Interesting journalism tools

Jeff Jarvis at Buzzmachine has an interesting post this week on some potential online tools for journalists.

One that intrigues him and me is N-levels. The ability to create structured information without the need to manage a database is intriguing.

Over at the AEJMC blog is a report that Reuters and Nokia are collaborating on a set of online journalism tools:
Nokia and Reuters are developing a mobile journalism project that promises to provide everything journalists need to publish stories from around the world. The toolkit will combine multimedia capabilities, text editing tools, and live video streaming, and will be accessible through a user interface. Metadata facilities will help string together pieces of information in the context of the story, i.e. location, time, date, and so on.
Unfortunately, that's all there is -- no links or anything.

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