Daily Must Reads, July 7, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    July 7, 2015

    1. In Cuba, an underground network armed with USB drives does the work of Google and YouTube (Sarah Kessler / Fast Company)

    2. People want screens on their car dashboards, but is it safe? (Sarah McBride & Paul Lienert / Huffington Post)

    3. A globalized world demands globalized investigative reporting; study outlines how to do it (Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab)


    4. WITNESS Media Lab to address challenges of finding, verifying, contextualizing eyewitness videos (via WITNESS Media Lab)

    5. The new importance of ‘social listening’ tools (Alexis Sobel Fitts / Columbia Journalism Review)

    6. What are they thinking? Why Atlantic Media floods the zone (Ken Doctor / Capital New York)


    7. The Verge: “We’re turning comments off for a bit” (Nilay Patel / The Verge)

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