August Carnival of Journalism!

29 Jul
This month’s host is Kathy Gill – the superstar Seattle journalism professor. Check out the assignment and join us in the #jcarn
Google+ is a month old but because it launched in a real-time web era, and it already had mind-share and a robust user base (gmail), its adoption rate has surpassed the digital social network spaces that came before it.

For our August carnival, I’d like to talk about Google+ from a journalist (not necessarily news organization) perspective, from a big picture (privacy or open web) or smaller picture (how to manage scale issues with comments) perspective. What does Google+ mean for journalists, today and tomorrow?
Due 5 pm Pacific on Friday 26 August. I’ll post at least one reminder. :-)
Kathy
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