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“This is Fake,” a project that emerged from a post-election hack day at Slate, defines “fake” news as “something intentionally misleading, intentionally false.”
“I’m an optimist about human nature — I like to think that most people aren’t freeloaders, they just might not want to compensate sites by dealing with advertising.”
A New York Times article page as interpreted by Ochs
The Gray Lady gets a new outfit from a former developer.
Including a hair stylist in Overland Park, Kansas, a podcast on Ugandan politics, the 15th track on Linkin Park’s 2010 album A Thousand Suns, and “a watery zone within which a naked man slowly materializes.”
The battle against the uncivil comments section is also a battle against high bounce rates for reallyread.it.
The appeal of Twitter for reporters is well known, but it’s worth spelling out: The benefits we get from it, real as they are, come at the cost of constant partial attention, all day and all night.
It’s preparing to partner with other international newsrooms.
Bloomberg Lens, built by the digital agency Postlight Labs, finds companies’ and people’s names in any news article — not just Bloomberg’s — and overlays key facts such as stock prices or a person’s previous company affiliations.
The tool is a standalone at launch, but will eventually be incorporated into Huffington Post stories.