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Journalism Daily: FT.com’s innovations, plinth reporter plans a party and the need for media blackouts

September 10th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted by in Journalism Daily

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Guardian.co.uk: Paris TwiTrip – the verdict

The Guardian’s Benji Lanyado on his ‘TwiTrip': a trip to Paris, where he ‘would be at the mercy of Twitter’  The plan was that he ‘would sling questions into the ether’, and Twitter users would send him recommendations. Did it work…? Some ‘Tweething problems’ as Lanyado puts it, but it seems that yes it did. Full story at this link…

Plus: Lanyado’s TwiTrip to Paris will be featured on The One Show, BBC1, tonight (Wednesday) at 7pm.

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