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Access to Twitter’s API has been mostly free to researchers for more than a decade. So how does $210,000 a month sound?
A massive study of Upworthy headlines — remember Upworthy? — shows how a few emotionally charged words can mean the difference between viral and ignored.
A new study of behavior on Wikipedia finds that thanking new users for their good work makes them more likely to stick around — and to thank others, too.
“When reporters find a suspect algorithm, they should also try to cover what could be done better.” Jonathan Stray
A limited group of academics will be given access to some Facebook data.
Трудно уследить за нарастающим потоком информации о новостной грамотности, фейковых новостях и контенте, искажающем правду в поддержку какой-либо идеи. Этот еженедельный обзор поможет вам не пропустить самое важное и интересное.
Plus: A new report on the many types of trolls, and what happens when fact and fiction get blended together.
Facebook, por supuesto, no está publicando datos.
“We found a method that can invite a much wider readership into the work of dealing with this problem, and at scale.”
Okay, so this isn’t actually a list. But a new tool is aiming to lower the barriers for community participation in blogging with a little help from BuzzFeed’s format. Sarah Darville