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America’s Test Kitchen, “the Consumer Reports of cooking,” wants to grow to new platforms
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Behind the scenes of NYT’s new, sideways-scrolling multimedia blog Lens. @zlwise explains the design »

First time I’ve seen a word cloud produce useful reporting: government vs. public dialogue on open data »

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America’s Test Kitchen, “the Consumer Reports of cooking,” wants to grow to new platforms
“We’d like to move to other platforms, particularly as we see the changes in how people consume television.”
A program from Poynter and ONA is helping foster a community of female leaders in digital media
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