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Advanced Google Docs for Journalists

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Columbia Journalism School presents Advanced Google Docs & Cloud Computing for Journalists. Get the latest tips and tricks about Google Docs, the suite of web-based, collaborative computing services that many journalists are using these days. Learn best practices as well as new features. We will also address the questions that are central to the idea of cloud computing: how safe and private is my work? Please call-in/e-mail/Twitter with your questions and comments. SPEAKERS: Marian Liu, the arts and entertainment reporter for the Seattle Times; leads their social networking committee; has pioneered the use of free collaborative web tools to run a special program at the annual Asian American Journalists Association convention - @marianliu Christina Tynan-Wood, the author of "How to Be a Geek Goddess," the owner of the popular blog GeekGirlfriends.com, a reader advocate on InfoWorld, and a contributing editor for Family Circle among other outlets - @xtynan Jonathan Rochelle, group product manager at Google's NYC office; primarily responsible for the development of Google Docs and the Google Apps product suite (one of the company's he co-founded was responsible for the technology behind spreadsheets in Google Docs - @jrochelle Jason Freidenfelds, a communications manager for Google's collaborative web apps including Google Docs, Gmail, Google Calendar, and others - @jfreiden MODERATOR: Sree Sreenivasan, dean of student Aafairs and digital media professor, Columbia Journalism School - @sreenet

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