Daily Must Reads, November 3, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    November 3, 2015

    1. The entrenched digital divide in our own backyards (Pui-Wing Tam / New York Times)

    2. Open government is meaningless without a free press (Joel Simon / Columbia Journalism Review)

    3. Entire editorial staff of Elsevier journal Lingua resigns over high price, lack of open access (Glyn Moody / Ars Technica)


    4. Essena O’Neill: “You don’t need to prove your value on social media.” (Deborah Orr / Guardian)

    5. The room where the Internet was born (Ingrid Burrington / The Atlantic)

    6. Algorithms everywhere (Nicholas Diakopoulos / Tow Center for Digital Journalism)



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