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MIT’s Comparative Media Studies graduate theses critique how hacking is portrayed in the media, whether new media demands new criticism, and how a YouTube policy influenced the writing of comedy and drama.
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The former editor of GOOD magazine shares her advice for young writers and editors on how to navigate the early years.
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The sports site wants to keep its every-fan appeal while helping writers polish their skills. Justin Ellis
May 19, 2010
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