shovelware


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shovelware

content from an existing medium such as a newspaper or book that has been dumped wholesale into another medium, such as the Web
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An instructional design approach for effective shovelware modifying materials for distance education.
Considera-se neste sentido, que o jornalismo movel continua, em parte, disposto no modelo de shovelware, denominado por Salaverria e Negredo (2009), como a transposicao do jornalismo off-line para o online.
La gestion en Twitter de El Espanol innovo en los primeros meses al incluir referencias a otros medios y a fuentes documentales, conversando con la audiencia, personalizando los tuiteos; pero en el periodo mas reciente ha primado la cantidad de enlaces al propio medio (lo que en jerga informatica en ingles se conoce como shovelware) sobre la calidad y ha dejado de lado la conversacion.
It's easy to 'shovelware'--that is, port a mobile app to your smartwatch solution, but that is a quick way to starve user adoption.
If a message is not sensational enough to catch the attention of potential carriers, it risks being overlooked or misunderstood in a chain of hyperlinks, shovelware, and sock puppetry.
How is "warmed-over digital fare" as Mutter notes (Newsosaur, February 2013), or shovelware as we once called it, interesting to anybody?
An instructional design approach for effective shovelware: Modifying materials for distance education.
However, some newspapers wait until the hard copy has been printed before shifting content online, a technique known as 'shovelware' (Quinn and Filak, 2005; Kolodzy, 2006; Greer and Mensing, 2006).