Sarah Booker

28/09/2011

Following Hacks/Hackers London

Filed under: journalism,Storify — Sarah Booker Lewis @ 8:15 pm
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As I couldn’t make it tonight I created a Storify from Hacks/Hackers London.

Brilliant #HHLdn opening from @timesjoanna about why the event helps newsroom journalists get digital training they might not get elsewhere
currybet
September 28, 2011
Impressed that ten people in #HHLdn just put their hands up to say they were online in 1993
currybet
September 28, 2011
Here is the original article about Scientology that Wendy M. Grossman is talking about at #HHLdn *cough* with link http://t.co/GgbLWUaw
currybet
September 28, 2011
At #HHLdn, @wendyg is talking about “astroturfing” – 1995 style – http://t.co/1uJFZLh5
currybet
September 28, 2011
Great to hear a story about a journalist trying to get to grips with computers, anonymity & the interwebs in the early 90s #HHLdn – @wendyg
currybet
September 28, 2011
Fabulous trip down memory lane at the hacks/ hackers event. Early days of internet hacking – and I was there 🙂
joannejacobs
September 28, 2011
Chris Sumner starts by saying that Maltego is great if you’re in to stalking 🙂 #hacks/hackers
joannejacobs
September 28, 2011
At #HHLdn @TheSuggmeister is showing Maltego – http://t.co/AzSySuK7 – a way of visualising Twitter networks
currybet
September 28, 2011
Another great #HHLdn phrase from @TheSuggmeister – “I’m willing to share the code for free”
currybet
September 28, 2011
At #HHLdn, @TheSuggmeister is suggesting that it has become a lot harder to search the archives of Twitter. He also just said Perl & STDOUT
currybet
September 28, 2011
Also pitched at #HHLdn, some great looking courses from the centre for investigative journalism – http://t.co/DbGThENi
currybet
September 28, 2011

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