Daily Must Reads, August 21, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 21, 2015

    1. Why Gene Demby, lead blogger for NPR’s Code Switch, considered quitting (Jim Warren / Poynter)

    2. Race and ethnicity, device usage, and connectivity (via American Press Institute)

    3. Ten years after Katrina, a new startup sector takes hold in New Orleans (Steven Melendez / Fast Company)


    4. How do we improve online news design to help readers better understand stories? (Alex Remington / Reynolds Journalism Institute)

    5. Authors group seeks DOJ probe of Amazon (Greg Bensinger & Jeffrey Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal)

    6a. Spotify just got real creepy with the data it collects on you (Thomas Fox-Brewster / Fortune)


    6b. Sorry (via Spotify CEO Daniel Ek)

    Tagged: amazon code switch data doj ferguson gene demby katrina new orleans npr race coverage spotify startups

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