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The latest project from the Knight-Mozilla collaboration is a set of online case studies written by developers and designers working in journalism. Justin Ellis
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People who work with code leave messages with each update they make. These are their (short) stories.
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“We are just at the beginning of understanding what the digital media curriculum of the future will look like. But we can’t let the constraints of accreditation and untrained faculty slow us down.” Cindy Royal
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Interest in the Twitter API is high so the company is setting up face time with developers of all stripes — including media outlets.
January 24, 2011
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