My weekend post on why reporters shouldn’t worry about tipping the competition when they use Twitter generated at least two lively discussions:
Dan Kennedy asked whether it’s better to livetweet or liveblog. That launched a lively discussion among Dan, Malcolm Coles, Maureen Boyle, Matt DeRienzo and other (that also got into some business issues):
@stevebuttry Do you find more people read live-tweeting via ScribbleLive on your papers’ sites than on Twitter?
— Dan Kennedy (@dankennedy_nu) January 5, 2014
In another discussion, Dan Gillmor cautioned that when we tweet news on Twitter, we help Twitter more than we help our own company. That led to a vigorous discussion among Dan, Raju Narisetti, Steffen Konrath, Jim Dalrymple II and others. (It was a little challenging to keep up with and participate in both conversations at the same time.) (more…)