Tag Archives: Content
Go Here, Get Great Content
This project was idled a few years back so I could focus all my time and energy on developing GraniteGrok.com. I’m still doing that, now as a part owner. That site has experienced exponential growth in the past two years. … Continue reading
Labor Day Weekend – Not a Lot of Local to Share
If you noticed, there has not been much “local” content to share. But as the fall leads to winter and the legislature starts waking from its slumber, we should have tons of stuff to share. Until then, we’ll do the … Continue reading
New Hampshire Has 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places, And…
New Hampshire Has 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places and many, if not all, have a Facebook page. And on that facebook page are commenters, some of whom may also have (or know about) a local blog, podcast, YouTube or … Continue reading
The Aggregator’s Curse
An Aggregator is not some new Everglades reptile, it’s what happens here every day. The scraping and scouring of the interwebs in search of links worthy of you. But as the legislative season winds to a close in New Hampshire and … Continue reading
Sunday, May 14th was not a great day for news. Finding stories worth sharing was like trying to drag the truth from Hillary Clinton. Damn near impossible. Here’s to hoping today will be better.
We Want More Content. Maybe You Can Help!
The New Media Militia is looking for content to share. Do you have a favorite Blog, podcaster, local radio, YouTuber, or local news site, even if it’s your own? Send the link. Share it in comments. Send me a Tweet. Leave a … Continue reading
The Not Always “New Media” Militia….
The New Media Militia was envisioned as a source for curating local content from bloggers, podcasters, humble radio hosts, and so on. But you may have noticed less of that and more regular media links. Sharing ‘New-Media’ content is predicated … Continue reading
A ‘Heads-Up’ About Content Curation
Most days there is not enough local content to fill the tank here at The New Media Militia. Bloggers, podcasters, and even humble radio hosts take days off. That void is filled with national content. Readers are welcome to suggest … Continue reading