Here are some of the things that I took note of:
- Did you know Vox is hiring?
- @dansinker suggests that we start sharing our work, not just showing it. I can dig it.
- @SusanEMcG invites everyone to submit projects for the 3rd Computation + Journalism Symposium on 10/24 and 10/25.
- Glance through the SRCCON Daily Briefs by @nsonnad, @stimply, and @YAN0, there’s some funny stuff in there.
- If you’re hiring, check this list out, or like, hire me diversify.journalismwith.me.
- The MinnPost has some pretty clean styles, they have the documentation on github. You can check it the entire style guide here .
- Some of us found out that Woody Allen can indeed be confused with Martin Scorsese.
- And in what I like to call the Read vs. Write battle, @jeremybowers and his much talked about debate skills were put up against @whitecoatcapxg and her equally mentioned stenography skills. While Bowers managed to defeat Miller, her witty responses to the loss were most definitely a win for her, and really, all of us.
- @onyxfish didn’t make it to SRCCON but check this out…
- The Center for Public Integrity is hiring.
- If you were wondering what the SRCCON folks all acquired for the coffee hacking stations, check this gist out.
- And lastly, a riddle: How many favorites could a @yurivictor fav bot fav if a fav bot could fav #SRCCON? I’ll let y’all know if @yurivictor responds.
So okay, now that SRCCON has wrapped up, what was your takeaway?