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Archives: July 2012

The newspaper is testing out a way to keep its content more persistently on readers’ screens. Adrienne LaFrance
There’s too much news for anyone to consume. Three key words should determine who gets served what: Interest, effects, and agency.
StoriesFrom
The Knight News Challenge winner is now looking for partners to collaborate with on storytelling.
The website finally centralizes a loose but vibrant community of news coders. Andrew Phelps
Several of the new projects first popped up through the last round of the Knight News Challenge. Justin Ellis
The German broadcaster is using SMS and dial-to-listen radio shows to reach an audience with limited Internet access.
Plus: Quote approval practices exposed, The New York Times’ new public editor, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news and talk.
Twitter preserved
It has turned out to be quite an undertaking, but the Library plans to make good on its promise to America.
Piano Media in Central Europe
It’s the biggest market yet for a company building toward unified paywalls across Europe.
The Guardian’s U.S. site enlists readers in an ongoing effort to help aggregate news and analysis for top stories. Justin Ellis