Sneak preview of what’s to come

by Kelly on May 17, 2013

I am using TimelineJS to create a timeline of events related to Daft Punk, as they have a new album being released next week. As part of that interactive timeline, we are giving the audience a playlist.

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Experimenting with crossword puzzles

by Kelly on May 8, 2013

Holy new blog, batman!

So in my new role as Chief GSD Officer within the Project Thunderdome features team, I have a lot of roles. On the fun side, I have been experimenting with building games for our audience – it’s engaging, has a shelf life and is fun. My latest topic? Celebrity.

This one was built using ProProfs, but I’m afraid with a free account we will be limited to how many times the game can be played. I’m also just not sure how it looks in general:

 

I really liked the ease of access on PuzzleFast, but I am cautious because if you save it, they get the copyright and ownership…

What should I use?

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JRC files Chapter 11 bankruptcy

September 5, 2012

Before reading this post, full disclosure: I have been with the company for going on three years. Today Journal Register Company, the company which owns The Morning Journal – where Megan and I both worked – has announced it is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The announcement was made this morning and just as the news was […]

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We really should blog more, eh? (a reflection)

September 5, 2012

Things have been crazy in our lives. And I keep doing some cool stuff and I keep thinking about how I should blog about them – but I just don’t. I don’t know why, because I think I have something to offer. But alas, let’s just end the ramblings and do something about it.  I can’t […]

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Another live blog test

September 4, 2012

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Test

August 28, 2012

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Bear sightings, with a journo-nerd twist

June 7, 2012

My  new role in the journalism world is a tricky one sometimes. When I started with JRC, I was writing about government and courts. Then I started writing live directly from those places. Then I became an editor who helped others write live from places and I became really into new technology and posting to […]

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The source dynamic – How do you interact?

May 16, 2012

I, Kelly, was recently talking to a source friend of mine in Ohio, who told me he has recently encountered young journalists who haven’t taken the time to meet him face-to-face. I was intrigued by this concept – the concept of reporter/source relationships. I got further intrigued by the dynamics between sources and reporters after […]

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