Daily Must Reads, April 22, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 22, 2015

    1. ‘Aaron’s Law’ is back to fix the ‘worst law in technology’ (Kevin Collier / Daily Dot)

    2. Political fact-checking: Growing and influential, but partisanship is a factor (via American Press Institute)

    3. Abramson ‘hasn’t let journalism’s reinvention or gender disparity clobber her optimism’ (Dan Reimold / College Media Matters)


    4. The Washington Post offers new visual storytelling format for Apple Watch (via Washington Post)

    5. Study: Facebook page posts net 2.6% organic reach in March (David Cohen / SocialTimes)

    6. Introducing FOLD, a new tool (and a new model?) for storytelling (via Ethan Zuckerman)


    7. Judith Miller tells her side of ‘The Story’ (Julia M. Klein / Columbia Journalism Review)


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