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Archives: August 2011

Meet the R&D Lab’s latest: a proof of concept in the form of a “magic mirror.” Megan Garber
“Because you can make the case that — as with the breakdancer, say — a certain type of writerly show-offiness inheres in the task itself. If you’re going to write something so that people will read it, then you might as well WRITE it, right?”
Got a question for Susan Orlean? Now you can ask it through Amazon. Megan Garber
Collaboration’s in the air in the run-up to next month’s anniversary. Megan Garber
The Times Co.’s R&D Lab is betting breakfast will be less about sharing out newsprint and more about swiping through stories, ambient commerce, and the quantified self. Megan Garber
A few new features to add onto last week’s redesign of niemanlab.org — and a new Twitter account to follow. Joshua Benton
August 29, 2011
August 26, 2011
Creating a separate space for covering big events is a way to avoid flooding the feeds of @nytimes’ 3.6 million followers. Megan Garber
One reason: Print is a mobile product, too.