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Interesting thoughts from @scottros on the journalism profession’s “pathological heritage of self-abnegation” http://j.mp/dD83lW »

Background story and history of Knight News Challenge contest, written by Chris Connell (pdf): http://mf.ly/a9Pafr »

Nieman Foundation seeks a narrative writing instructor. Deadline for applications is July 1: http://bit.ly/dinNt0 »

Fun fact: Knight News Challenge 2010 winners, Eric Rodenbeck and Teru Kuwayama, went to high school together #FNCM »

HuffPost buys Adaptive Semantics to keep up with 100,000 comments a dayhttp://j.mp/ctCkXt »

 
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