Graphic Medicine conference in Vermont, sponsored by Dr. Seuss

Not really. It is sponsored by the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, named for donor Theodor Geisel, aka Dr.Seuss.

Please, someone, give me an assignment to cover this. CCS_GRAPHIC_MED_TheWaysWeWork_2018-1

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Google News Initiative promises: “YouTube search will now include links to news article during breaking news cycles” Plus, a map.

Latest from GNI:

When we announced the Google News Initiative, we also made a commitment to increase the integrity of the information we display during breaking news events. Today we announced several new YouTube features to prominently surface authoritative sources to viewers. To bridge the gap of time it takes to produce high-quality video when news breaks, in the United States, YouTube search will now include links to news article during breaking news cycles. In addition, we’re rolling out the “Breaking News” section on YouTube’s homepage and the “Top News” shelf in search results, which highlight videos from credible news organizations, to many more countries. And YouTube is expanding viewers’ access to local news—the most trusted source of news—across different markets in the U.S.

 

Playing with Google Maps. Here, I am trying to figure out how to change the color on all the place markers at once.

The health press releases that go straight to the junk folder. Some good ideas with no Boston link. Lots of true junk!

The exclamation point is a red flag. Editors tell freelance writers to read the publication before pitching a stories. I guess the stakes are lower for PR email blasts. Below find a sample from senders the BHN directs to the trash. A few good ones get caught up in the screen. (Here’s some help on […]

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