Lauren Rabaino


Friday Roundup: Wavii Launches iPhone App, Pinerly Becomes Reachli, Meograph Gets More Updates

It’s about time we catch up with some tools we’ve written about in the past as the companies continue to grow and change. Here are a few recent highlights. Wavii’s […]

Five Points Of Inspiration From Engadget’s Responsive Redesign

We all hailed The Boston Globe when it launched its responsive site last year, and Engadet — one of the oldest and largest technology blogs — recently launched a similar […]

A Refresher On The ‘Agile Manifesto’ For Newsrooms

There’s a lot the journalism industry can learn from startups, but if I could pick one thing that newsrooms should mimic, it’d be the adoption of an agile development process. […]

Nate Silver Gets His Own Memes

For your dose of Friday journo-geek fun, we have Nate Silver and more Nate Silver. If you’ve been living under a rock, you may have missed that The New York […]

10 Web Design Tools For Journalists: CSS3, Responsive Design And Rapid Prototyping

Journalists should go to more conferences that aren’t tailored to journalists. While we’re focusing on getting developer resources in the newsroom and trying to get the support infrastructure to do […]

How Would You Visually Tell The Story Of News Consumption On Mobile Devices?

Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) has released a report in collaboration with The Economist Group that looks at news consumption on mobile devices. The comprehensive study […]

Pinerly: The Tool For Tracking Pinterest Analytics

We’ve written a lot about the implications of Pinterest for journalism: Five news organizations to follow, 10 more organizations to follow, five ways journalists can use it and Pinterest tips for writers. […]

Meograph Launches New Features For Its Four-Dimensional Storytelling Tool

Meograph — the site that lets you mashup stories using video, maps, text and links– launched a new set of features, making it a more promising tool for newsrooms. Geo […]

From Twitter’s Headquarters, Data-Driven Best Practices For Journalists

SAN FRANCISCO — Every time I train a new reporter on how to use Tweetdeck or set up a Twitter account, I get the questions about “best practices.” You probably […]

Repost.us: The YouTube Of News Articles Lets You Embed News Stories Anywhere

SAN FRANCISCO — YouTube videos are embeddable; why can’t news stories be embeddable? That was the question asked at the Collaboration vs. Competition session at the 2012 Online News Association […]