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The new startup from the creators of Blogger and Twitter says it’s “rethinking publishing and building a new platform from scratch.” It’s also raising some fundamental questions about how content on the web is structured.
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The personal branding of journalists makes its way onto Google’s news aggregator. Megan Garber
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Behind the Jarvis/Morozov spat is a book tour tailor-made for the digital age. Megan Garber
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“Failed Wikipedias” suggest successful ways to encourage contribution and collaboration.
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Got a question for Susan Orlean? Now you can ask it through Amazon. Megan Garber
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A new frontier in real-time analytics: performance data for individual journos. Megan Garber
June 21, 2011
November 16, 2010
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