Daily Must Reads, March 9, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    March 9, 2015

    1. Boston Globe launches interactive timeline and podcast for bombing trial (Aleszu Bajak / Storybench)

    2. China blocks web access to ‘Under the Dome’ documentary on pollution (Edward Wong / New York Times)

    3. Anti-science advocates are freaking out about Google truth rankings (Joanna Rothkopf / Salon)


    4. The New York Times has Instagram, but its biggest digital efforts may be under the hood (Jason Abbruzzese / Mashable)

    5. Study: Strong correlation between Twitter TV activity and general audience engagement (Adam Flomenbaum / Lost Remote)

    6. (Actually) true war stories at NBC News (Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine)


    7. Is it excusable for reporters not to include links in articles? (via Simon Owens)


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