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Amy Webb Apr 12
The Feynman Lectures on Physics, The Most Popular Physics Book Ever Written, Now Completely Online
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10,000 Words Apr 9
Twitter experiments w/ easier search: top results, live, photos, videos, news, followers...
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10,000 Words Apr 9
“Advertising is nice...but we’re pretty much expecting it to go away.” The Economist
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10,000 Words Apr 9
RT : Fortune magazine hires six former GigaOm journalists
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10,000 Words Apr 9
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10,000 Words Apr 9
How many sets of eyeballs review your copy before it goes to your readers?
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10,000 Words Apr 9
Working tips from newspapers experimenting with Instagram. One easy hit: archival photos. (I'd try old sports photos too.)
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10,000 Words Apr 9
Last night's speech on coming changes to the Washington Post
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Jim Roberts Apr 7
Instagram update adds new editing tools and post notifications. via
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10,000 Words Apr 8
RT : A new report says local newspapers are getting just half a percent of overall web traffic.
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10,000 Words Apr 8
Free ebook from Harvard's : "Digitally Connected: Global Perspectives on Youth and Digital Media"
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Ezra Klein Apr 7
Today's one year of , and it's been the craziest, most stressful, most wonderful, year. Thank you forever:
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10,000 Words Apr 7
Twitter finally changed the quote feature so you can add deeper context and commentary to your re-tweets. Real nice!
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Kevin Sablan Apr 2
Should news orgs automate their home pages, w/stories ranked by number of reader shares? That's how does it
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Kevin Sablan Apr 2
Sign of the Times? Deputy editor writes "I'm leaving The New York Times for Buzzfeed."
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Kevin Sablan Apr 2
Instead of focusing on a medium, journalists can adapt their storytelling skills to new technologies.
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Ken Sands Mar 24
Read this, about distributed content and the future of the web by . It's important!
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Lois Beckett Mar 30
Twitter etiquette for journalists: a podcast with , the Miss Manners of media twitter
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Carole King Mar 31
USEFUL--Guide for verifying content: Verification Handbook
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10,000 Words Mar 31
10 apps and tools for monitoring a location or local patch
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