Daily Must Reads, March 11, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    March 11, 2015

    1. Scientific proof that no one pays attention to banner ads (Alice Truong / Quartz)

    2. New York Times showcases short documentaries funded through Kickstarter (Natalie Jarvey / The Hollywood Reporter)

    3. ONA, Poynter announce first class of 25 for Women’s Leadership Academy (Jane McDonnell / Online News Association)


    4. Retailers told to adapt or die in an asteroid strike of technological changes (Sarah Butler / Guardian)

    5. The new rules of social media etiquette (& how to passive-aggressively break them) (Maureen O’Connor / New York Magazine)

    6. Investigative News Network changes name to Institute for Nonprofit News, offers new services (via Institute for Nonprofit News)



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