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Wikileaks as a Gift, Not Threat, to Journalism

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, April 7 2010

By now, there's a good chance that you've seen that Wikileaks video showing a 2007 U.S. military attack in New Baghdad that killed two employees of the Reuters news services along with about ten other people, an attack ... Read More

Strike! Wikileaks Says Freed Information Isn't Free

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, January 11 2010

The team behind Wikileaks -- a global hub of online knowledge that, while shrouded in a bit of mystery, has published and protected game-changing documents from inside governments, corporations, religious groups, and ... Read More

Danny Glover's New Gig: Editor of Capitol Hill Tweet Watch Report

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, January 7 2010

The word came via email on Monday that Danny Glover, a veteran editor with National Journal and other publications, had taken over the editor's role at Capitol Hill Tweet Watch Report. Read More

Putting Brazil's Favelas on the (Google) Map

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, October 20 2009

More than a million people live in Rio de Janeiro's favelas, those makeshift towns that ring Brazil's second largest city, where faveladors make up a full one-sixth of the population. Read More

Must Reading on the Future of Newspapers

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, March 16 2009

Don't miss Clay Shirky and Steven Johnson's latest ruminations on the future of journalism and the fate of newspapers; they will clear your head (if it isn't already) about how technology is driving change in this vital ... Read More

The Live Web and Washington

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, March 12 2009

I've been multitasking this morning, catching up on email and glancing at Twitter, and three times I've noticed the power of the live, interactive web as a new factor in my life. Read More

Computer-Assisted Reporting 101 with Professor Friedman

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, March 4 2009

Just a note to alert you to the fact that Tom Friedman has expanded his repertoire of political reporting techniques to include using Google's suggested searches to divine the focus of modern America's collective angst ... Read More

The Iowa Reckoning: A Year's Worth of Political Blather Told Us Precisely Nothing

BY Colin Delany | Friday, January 4 2008

Well, who was the big loser in the Iowa caucuses? It wasn't Mitt Romney or Hillary Clinton, and it certainly wasn't Ron Paul. The big loser was political punditry. Read More

Adam Nagourney’s Joe Trippi/John Edwards Puff Piece

BY Colin Delany | Thursday, August 2 2007

Beating up on Times political reporter Adam Nagourney is a hobby gleefully enjoyed in many corners of the Interweb, but now that he's ventured onto OUR turf, it's time for a quick barrage of jabs, hooks and vicious ... Read More