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by A. Adam Glenn

Andy Carvin is the “war reporter who never attended the war.” And indeed, NPR’s senior social media strategist came to the attention of the journalism and wider world in a unique fashion during the Arab Spring, tweeting virtually around the clock while monitoring half a dozen revolutions in the region — all from his perch […] more »

by Kathleen Bartzen Culver

Technology activists often invoke the maxim, “information wants to be free.” In one way, the line is intended to undercut the monetary value of information, be it news stories, Hollywood films or Top 40 hits. But the adage can mean more than money. It’s used to justify breaking barriers that limit access to information and […] more »