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Jay Rosen

The New York Times has a new commenting system. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Trump campaign letter via @mlcalderone. They know the untruths (and the fact checks after) are coming. Their plan...
The @coralproject released 'Ask' today, a tool for gathering user contributions. Background: niemanlab.org/2016/09/new-fr…
NYU is getting with it. Not "what's your major?" or what will you study, but what will you make while you are here.
So you're saying, "We'll have to leave it there" (but come back any time!) had consequences? motherjones.com/kevin-drum/201…
If I have a 'theory of the case' about press coverage of Trump it is this one. theconcourse.deadspin.com/if-you-want-do…
All credit to @nytimes and @mikiebarb for saying it plainly. (But what happened to "we can't know his motivations?")
A candidate who trashes norms without precedent requires coverage design without precedent. theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
You've always wanted to be a press critic. Now's your chance. (Just funning you, everyone's a press critic!)
The AP's statement upon finally realizing that this tweet was deeply messed up. blog.ap.org/announcements/…
Something to keep in mind from now until November 8.
Hundreds of my tweets, dozens of my posts condensed into a few paragraphs by Jared Bernstein jaredbernsteinblog.com/a-small-and-ob…
Did you catch how Matt Lauer had to remind Trump that you don't go into specifics about an intelligence briefing?
I can't say it's unprecedented but this kind of solidarity is very, very rare. politico.com/blogs/on-media…
Matt Lauer's demonstrated awareness of this history tonight: zero. No awareness. thehill.com/policy/nationa…
How Facebook's NewsFeed Works. techcrunch.com/2016/09/06/ult… The big four sorting principles the designers built into it:
Theranos employees whipped into a frenzy against the @WSJ reporter who exposed it as a sham. vanityfair.com/news/2016/09/e…
"Dogged" in this usage means journalists decided to keep asking about it. nytimes.com/2016/09/06/us/… Via @JamesFallows
That's why you don't rush to defend the boss. Maybe you don't know everything that went on. nymag.com/daily/intellig…
 
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