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Articles tagged Steve Jobs (18)

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Joseph Lichterman    May 12, 2014
“When you talk about the cultural legacy for newspapers, if you talk about the cultural legacy inside and outside newsrooms, print still fundamentally matters, and it’s really difficult to let go of how that works.”
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Mark Coddington    Oct. 12, 2012
Plus: The debate about free news and journalism quality, The New York Times’ labor conflict, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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Brian Boyer    Sept. 7, 2012
Boyer, the head of NPR’s news apps team, puts on his professor hat and offers a syllabus for “making useful things for people.”
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Adrienne LaFrance    July 3, 2012
The nonprofit resuscitates and sometimes animates old interviews left on the cutting-room floor.
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Joshua Benton    Nov. 23, 2011
When it comes to aggregation, right and wrong can come down to how it feels.
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Joshua Benton    Nov. 9, 2011
With mobile a growing part of news organizations’ traffic, it’s time to commit to HTML5 for video — and hope its animation tools get better fast.
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Mark Coddington    Oct. 14, 2011
Plus: More reflections on Steve Jobs’ legacy, new and old media use within the Occupy Wall Street movement, and all the rest of the week’s required reading.
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Mark Coddington    Oct. 7, 2011
Plus: Thoughts on the new iPhone 4S, Facebook’s overhaul, and the impact of the Kindle Fire, along with the rest of the week’s required reading.
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Megan Garber    Oct. 5, 2011
Tributes from a president, a competitor, and — most importantly — Apple users.
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Mark Coddington    Aug. 26, 2011
Plus: A dispute over how much emphasis to place on new media skills in journalism training, the debut of The Daily Dot, the death of the Fairness Doctrine, more News Corp. hubbub, and what rarity means in an age of information abundance.