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What Serial Means for Journalists

Sarah Koenig, mastermind behind the podcast phenomenon Serial, said she had modest expectations when she started. Koenig and her colleagues were hoping for 300,000 listeners. 418 more words

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Dry Spells - I'm Guessing They are Cross Cultural?

I’m having a dry spell, as revealed in my dearth of postings recently.

So I’ve adopted an old writer’s trick when in a dry spell or when stuck by “writer’s block” – I’m going to write about not being able to write. 916 more words

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'Cutting to the chase' & 'bottom lining' your research?

One of the things I am loving about writing a blog is thinking in a bit more detail than usual about the words and phrases we use and exploring how they have come into common parlance. 588 more words

The war of narratives in Operation Protective Edge

By BENJAMIN RUNKLE, WILLIAM CALDWELL

03/29/2015

Perhaps nowhere was “the war of narratives” more actively pursued by a terrorist organization than in last summer’s Gaza war. 950 more words

Information Operations

Grade Narratives

At HGS we pride ourselves in truly knowing our students as people and as learners. At the end of both semesters, we do provide traditional grades, like A’s and C’s and the like. 583 more words

Reading In Math Class

The Tetley: International Book Fair.


Last weekend was the international book fair at the Tetley building in leeds and I went to see the Leeds College of Art stand in which our narratives books were on display. 161 more words

Who or what is Jim Crow?

Welcome to a special Sunday edition of Ink. Or, more truthfully, the edition that didn’t get published on Saturday because I was passed out on the couch and didn’t write a thing. 458 more words

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