Daily Must Reads, August 4, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 4, 2015

    1. Attempts to obscure data collection and preserve anonymity (Mary Madden & Lee Rainie / Pew Research)

    2. Sunlight Foundation, Melody Kramer, and 20 other media/tech projects get Knight Prototype Funds (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab)

    3. For mobile messaging, GIFs prove to be worth at least a thousand words (Mike Isaac / New York Times)


    4. How one Florida paper is doing better work—with a happier newsroom (Susannah Nesmith / Columbia Journalism Review)

    5. Theft, lies, and Facebook video (Hank Green / Medium)

    6. Of drones and men (Elizabeth Spayd / The Open Mind) [VID]

    Tagged: drones emojis facebook video gifs knight foundation melody kramer mobile messaging pensacola news journal pew research privacy online sunlight foundation

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