Tag: Reddit

by Julie Keck

1. Personal (search) history (Jenna Wortham / New York Times) 2. Journalists offer tips on enduring — and learning from —  storms of Twitter rage (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter) 3. Reddit responds after being threatened, banned and unbanned by the Russian government (Lucas Matney / TechCrunch) 4. Samsung’s big bet: Put American software startups inside […] more »

by Aleszu Bajak

This piece was initially published on Storybench, a cookbook for digital storytelling. Storybench is a collaboration between Northeastern University’s Media Innovation program, a new graduate degree in digital journalism, and Esquire magazine. Thomas van Linge recently tweeted a photo of a munitions truck being blown up in Syria, presumably by the First Coastal Division, a faction of rebels affiliated […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. How New York Magazine turned around a site hack with Tumblr and Instagram (Madeline Welsh / Nieman Lab) 2. Study: People read more, remember more on sites with modern designs (Kristen Hare / Poynter) 3. New breed of digital publishers just say no to ad tech (Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal) 4. Two […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. How ICIJ established a new model for cross-border reporting (Jack Murtha / Columbia Journalism Review) 2. Limits at Gawker? Rules at Reddit? Wild west web turns a page (Jonathan Mahler / New York Times) 3. How a collaborative approach is helping NPR and local stations raise more money (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab) 4. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. New Reddit rules will crack down on some hate communities, leave others standing  (Adi  Robertson / The Verge) 2. Former Reddit CEO:The trolls are winning the battle for the Internet (Ellen Pao / Washington Post) 3. Chart: Netflix preferred over TV nets across multiple demos, study finds (Susanne Ault / Variety) 4. Hulu explores […] more »

by Simon Owens

The Public Library of Science, the academic publisher more commonly known as PLOS, doesn’t lack media coverage. Launched in the early 2000s, PLOS was one of the pioneers in what’s called open access scholarly publishing. For decades, the scholarly journal industry has been coalescing into a handful of behemoth corporate entities that have leveraged their clout […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Blocking ads can cut network traffic 25% to 40%, study shows (Dylan Tweney / VentureBeat) 2. The problem with the backlash against Reddit’s CEO that nobody’s talking about (Derrick Clifton / Daily Dot) 3. How we changed the Facebook friends icon (Caitlin Winner / Medium) 4. Why Amazon should fear Alibaba (Helen Wang / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Screen addiction is taking a toll on children (Jane E. Brody / New York Times) 2. Televisions are no longer the screen of choice for kids (Anthony Crupi / Advertising Age) 3. Hooked: Why Netflix and Amazon want your kids (Greg Nichols / California Sunday Magazine) 4. Crowd-funded investigative journalism site the Ferret to […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. The best interface is no interface: why we don’t always need An App for That (Golden Krishna / The Verge) 2. Inside the Texas Tribune: Before growing audience, let’s first understand it (Tim Griggs / Reynolds Journalism Institute) 3. Spoilers, embargoes, disclosures and ‘Jinx’ (Margaret Sullivan / New York Times) 4. How Reddit became […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. 7 things to love about reddit’s first transparency report (Rainey Reitman / Electronic Frontier Foundation) 2. Report: Google, Amazon, others fork out for AdBlock Plus ‘unblock’ (Kat Hall / The Register) 3. Guardian digital chief: Killing off comments ‘a monumental mistake’ (Paul McNally / News:Rewired) 4. Ben Thompson: The one-man blog isn’t dead, it’s […] more »