Daily Must Reads, August 17, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 17, 2015

    1. NSA spying relies on AT&T’s ‘extreme willingness to help’ (via team from ProPublica & New York Times)

    2a. Inside Amazon: Wrestling big ideas in a bruising workplace (Jodi Kantor & David Streitfeld / New York Times)

    2b. Follow-up: Jeff Bezos says Amazon won’t tolerate ‘callous’ management practices (Jodi Kantor & David Streitfeld / New York Times)


    3. Is Howl the “Netflix of podcasts” we’ve been waiting for? (Evie Nagey / Fast Company)

    4. Can’t afford an unpaid media internship? Help is here (Laura Castaneda / Columbia Journalism Review)

    5. How to join the global data journalism conversation (Stephen Abbott Pugh / IJNet)


    6. How future-safe is your current web writing? (via Dave Winer)

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