Roundup: Ethics, techniques and tips for tweeting journalists

Here are the most clicked-on links that I shared on Twitter during the week ending July 4. You can receive Weekly Almighty Links as an email or add it you can add it to your RSS reader or custom home page.

Editorial ethics for Twitter journalists: In his Media Helping Media blog, David Brewer takes examines the issues of accuracy, impartiality, fairness, offence, integrity and privacy for journalists who use Twitter.

Newsgathering with Twitter: Another post from Brewer explains the use of hashtags, trends and friend selection on Twitter.

Tips for “live tweeting” an event: In the Breaking Twees blog, Craig Kanalley lists eight, mostly tweet-sized, pieces of advice for using Twitter to share information about an event as it happens.

Average Twitter user has 126 followers, and only 20% of users go via website: The Guardian summarizes data shared by Twitter engineer Evan Weaver.

A few from Almighty Link

Links to this blog were clicked on quite a bit, too. So, I’m including a list of recent posts.

But first, here is the surprisingly popular rushed aggregation of pictures and one video from my family outing at the Huntington Beach 4th of July parade. Images were captured with my Blackberry Curve and the presentation was made with Storytlr.

And now on to those recent Almighty Link posts: