Daily Must Reads, December 30, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    December 30, 2015

    1. Twitter Still Has a Major Problem with Employee Diversity (Mark S. Luckie / The Verge)

    2. The Internet of Things Is Everywhere, But It Doesn’t Rule Yet (David Pierce / Wired)

    3. The App-ocalypse: Can Web Standards Make Mobile Apps Obsolete? (Larry Seltzer / Ars Technica)


    4. The Funny, the Weird, the Elaborate, the Terrible – 33 Media Errors from 2015 (Alexios Mantzarlis / Poynter)

    5. 5 Times Women Rocked the Internet—And Inspired Others—in 2015 (Valentina Zarya / Fortune)

    6. The Year’s 11 Biggest Hacks, From Ashley Madison to OPM (Kim Zetter / Wired)


    7. 2015: The Year in Visual Stories and Graphics (via New York Times)

    8. 2015 Highlights in Virtual Reality Journalism (Sam Berkhead / IJNet)

    9. The Year’s Best Under-the-Radar Podcasts (Sara Rathod / Mother Jones)

    10. 2015 Was the Year of the Drone (Justin Peters / Slate)


    This is our last batch of Must Reads for 2015.

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