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corrigo helps you flag and correct factual errors, missing links and typos in online news sources.
corrigo is based on a diploma thesis by German online journalists Tobias Reitz (@don_journaille) and Kersten A. Riechers (@dasKerst).
Category Archives: MoJo
Time has been flying for the past four weeks. It feels like yesterday having entered the virtual classroom of Knight-Mozilla learning lab for the first time. Now, by submitting our final assignment, we want to thank Knight-Mozilla for making this … Continue reading
The third week Knight-Mozilla learning lab Mohamed Nanabhay, Head of Online at Al Jazeera English, and Shazna Nessa, Director of Interactive at the Associated Press in New York delivered insights of the work and workflows of their newsrooms. For us … Continue reading
When Shazna Nessa from AP interactive showed the prestige project her department is currently working on, she admitted that nothing was coded, yet. She actually used the chance at Mozilla’s Learning Lab to tell the coding people there that they … Continue reading
Mark Zuckerberg once was asked by a newspaper publisher for advice on “how he could build and own his community.” The facebook founder just answered: “You can’t.” What Zuckerberg later explained was that you cannot “create” a certain community because … Continue reading
It’s the third week of Knight-Mozilla learning lab and as we’re looking forward to the lectures of Shazna Nessa, Director of Interactive at the Associated Press in New York, Mohamed Nanabhay, Head of New Media at the AlJazeera Network, and … Continue reading
Having studied online journalism for four years we’ve thought a lot on how to enhance journalism with excisting tools. We experimented with Twitter, Blogs, Facebook, Diigo – let’s say dozens of services. But I’m not sure if we – despite … Continue reading
See these many buttons up there? We probably did the worst thing you can do about buttons: We printed them on paper. Of course we also put them into our presentation, being the essence of our thesis, which explains its … Continue reading