Category Archives: IT

 

The New Sound Symposium website

WHEW! …we've finally finished the redesign of the Sound Symposium website. It's been rebuilt from scratch with a new content management system, on a new server, that will allow for online presentations and performances as […]

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Well, this SUCKS! Masses don't trust the Internet

Pollster Nik Nanos says Canadians still trust TV news more than any other news sources. Internet news sites are last! THAT doesn't bode well for the online news media and kind of does in the […]

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Well, this SUCKS! Masses don’t trust the Internet

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More online news …news

NL PRESS gets some press of its own in The National newspaper in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emrates. The story by Toronto based correspondent Blake Lambert talks about NL PRESS and AllNovaScotia.com and looks at […]

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Digital vs Film …the marriage counselling version

The Adventures of Mr. Pixel and Mrs Grain (she kept her maiden name) …for the true photo/film geek. …must watch all three episodes :^)

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Herder shows power of the web

One of Newfoundland’s premier sporting events took place Saturday night and it was a perfect illustration of the power, flexibility and range of new media over old media and how the web works in the […]

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Herder Cup live on the web

 A little bit more of Newfoundland media history will be made this week. The new news medium of the Internet strikes again. The Sports Page will be televising the final games of Newfoundland Senior Hockey's Herder […]

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The lastest in Newfoundland media

The SportPage, Newfoundland's local sports magazine and website has been expanding. It signed on early with NLPress.ca news agency last year and it began offering podcasts of local sports a few months ago. Now, it […]

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Tracking your photos in cyberspace

One of the biggest problems for independent photographers and companies owning the copyright of images has been the illegal and unauthorized use of their pictures. Not just in editorial use but commercially also. Copyright infringement has always been […]

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Photojournalism moves to a new venue

Photography, especially in its journalistic form has both changed the news medium and been changed by it. Specifically by the ever changing technology related to how news and information get delivered to the reader and […]

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