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Understanding the Staggering Spread of Keith Urbahn's bin Laden Tweet

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 6 2011

SocialFlow's mapping showing the spread of Keith Urbahn's tweet on the killing of Osama bin Laden Keith Urbahn's source tweet on the killing of bin Laden By a quarter to ten last Sunday night, word had gotten out that ... Read More

Wikileaks and Sourcing

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 26 2010

Here, Micah crosses his fingers in hope that the story of Wikileaks' providing three major news organizations with more than 90,000 documents on the Afghanistan war doesn't become a story, simply, about how and why the ... Read More

The Insecurity of Information Overload

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 19 2010

As part of its two-year investigation into "Top Secret America," theWashington Post has posted an interactive navigator of the myriad connections between various government agencies and scores of government ... Read More

Spy vs. Discoverability: The Challenges of Intelligence in a 2.0 World

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, May 20 2009

Federal Computer Week's Alan Joch has an interesting story about how the U.S. intelligence community is feeling its way towards the smarter use of information in a networked world. Read More