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Facebook reaches out to journalists with page, workshops
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In an attempt to promote the use of Facebook in the newsroom, Facebook has unveiled a new Facebook page and meetup program for journalists. The new page, Journalists on Facebook, is intended to be a resource for journalists who want to incorporate social media into their reporting, networking and storytelling. More



10 ways to start your story better
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A good opening line is a powerful thing: It can grab an editor's attention, set the tone for the rest of the piece, and make sure readers stay through the end. Here are 10 ways to steer your story toward success. More

The first book on the 'First Garden'
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A year in advance of the scheduled publication of Michelle Obama's book on the White House vegetable garden, Clarion Books has released "First Garden: The White House Garden and How It Grew." More


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Arthur Sulzberger's New York Times paywall defense
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Arthur Sulzberger was getting irritated. The New York Times publisher was on the dais at Columbia University, fielding questions about the newspaper's new plan to charge its readers online. There was confusion about how much the pay meter costs, a Columbia dean, Bill Grueskin, noted. Could readers be forgiven for feeling the system was overly complex? More

Bloggers weigh in on the Kindle swindle and new fraud
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Ben Metcalfe wonders why Amazon "continues to prioritize on penalizing its customer base [shutting down sites like Lendle, for instance] while practically ignoring the rampant content abuse and fraud that is going on further up the chain within its own house." More

H-2B rewrite has users wondering about program's future
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The U.S. Department of Labor, bowing to labor union pressure, is moving to rewrite the H-2B temporary and seasonal nonagricultural worker program. Proposed changes are described in a 78-page notice published in the March 18 Federal Register, just in time for the one-year anniversary of a similar regulatory initiative that rewrote H-2A, the agricultural worker program. More



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A front-yard garden that looks good enough to eat
Miami Herald    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Turning your front yard into an edible garden can be an education. Not just for you, but for neighbors, too. Ivette Soler tells a story about skateboarders who stopped to admire her front yard, where the lawn had been replaced by a variety of vegetables and herbs. "One of 'em said, 'Look! Those are artichokes! Dude, they grow on plants!'" More
 


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