Justin Auciello

Mar 20

[video]

Nov 10

Muck Rack: How a Facebook page with 165k likes is keeping the Jersey Shore in the loop -

muckrack:

During the uncertainty of Hurricane Irene last year, one Jersey Shore resident decided the area needed real-time news as quickly as possible. So Justin Auciello created Jersey Shore Hurricane News as a Facebook page. This time around, his site proved more useful than ever, gaining over…

May 08

[video]

May 07

gwenreyes:

Pastelitos & Alcapurrias #boricua #food (Taken with instagram)

gwenreyes:

Pastelitos & Alcapurrias #boricua #food (Taken with instagram)

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coffeenuts:

| Red Fox @ Island Beach State Park | by Steve O’s Photos on Flickr.

coffeenuts:

| Red Fox @ Island Beach State Park | by Steve O’s Photos on Flickr.

May 05

radioon:

Currently trending.

radioon:

Currently trending.

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williamsonsbeauty:

streetlife in Santa Domingo - Dominican Republic > http://williamsonsbeauty.tumblr.com/
photo by Daniel Alvarez 

Some nice photos of everyday life in DR. 

williamsonsbeauty:

streetlife in Santa Domingo - Dominican Republic > http://williamsonsbeauty.tumblr.com/

photo by Daniel Alvarez 

Some nice photos of everyday life in DR. 

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Jan 27

I am very excited to announce that Jersey Shore Hurricane News (JSHN) is a partner in the Community Information Needs Project. The objective of the project is to understand, from the ground up, what kind of information people in various kinds of communities need and seek; how and where they find it; and what their concept of an ideal community information source would be.
Since Hurricane Irene, during which JSHN exploded up to 27,000 “likes” on Facebook in the days after I founded it on August 23, 2011, the outlet has evolved into covering news, traffic, and weather throughout NJ — in real-time — but has always embraced its two-way role. Our community of citizen contributors is our greatest asset. 
We’re disrupting and changing the way the media operates in New Jersey. I encourage you to come visit the Facebook page and scroll through the last few days of coverage to see how we cover news and actively engage our community. 
Come check us out on Facebook and Twitter, and if you are a JSHN contributor, I encourage you to participate in this exciting project!
Thank you. 

I am very excited to announce that Jersey Shore Hurricane News (JSHN) is a partner in the Community Information Needs Project. The objective of the project is to understand, from the ground up, what kind of information people in various kinds of communities need and seek; how and where they find it; and what their concept of an ideal community information source would be.

Since Hurricane Irene, during which JSHN exploded up to 27,000 “likes” on Facebook in the days after I founded it on August 23, 2011, the outlet has evolved into covering news, traffic, and weather throughout NJ — in real-time — but has always embraced its two-way role. Our community of citizen contributors is our greatest asset. 

We’re disrupting and changing the way the media operates in New Jersey. I encourage you to come visit the Facebook page and scroll through the last few days of coverage to see how we cover news and actively engage our community. 

Come check us out on Facebook and Twitter, and if you are a JSHN contributor, I encourage you to participate in this exciting project!

Thank you. 

Dec 06

My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-12-4) -

  1. Grateful Dead (12)
  2. Cultura Profética (11)
  3. Willie Colón con Héctor Lavoe y Yomo Toro (9)
  4. Best Coast (5)
  5. Black Uhuru (4)

Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz

Nov 21

My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-11-20) -

  1. Bob Marley & The Wailers (26)
  2. Los Cafres (19)
  3. Gomba Jahbari (16)
  4. Cultura Profética (13)
  5. The Who (6)

Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz

Nov 16

At 2.43am, the New York Observer reported that photographers with credentials were barred from Liberty Square. Seconds later the director of editorial operations at Gawker reported that a CBS news chopper were ordered out of the sky by the NYPD. New York Times journalist Jarid Malsin went to jail in zipties. And 20 minutes later, we heard the NYPD was cutting down trees in Liberty Square, and from our office space we could hear the deployment of a Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD), a sound cannon. To be certain, we could see and feel that this operation had been planned carefully to exclude all media coverage, sending out a loud message about how dissent will be treated in this democracy. -

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Nov 14

johnzanussi:

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I like the ski slope style codes. 

johnzanussi:

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I like the ski slope style codes. 

mikehudack:

thedailywhat:

xkcd.


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mikehudack:

thedailywhat:

xkcd.

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