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Young Adults and Social Media

According to a study by the Pew Research Center, as of 2015 65 percent of all American adults are on some type of social networking site. 135 more words

Journalism

Feature: Glass Distillery - Seattle, WA

(Published for Camel.com, Taste It All Project, May 2014)

Travel

Feature: Dark Matter Coffee - Chicago, IL

(Published for Camel.com, Taste It All Project, August 2013)

Travel

New Frontier: FCC Revives Net Neutrality

With net neutrality dealt a massive blow in FCC v Verizon, there was now only one chance to keep the internet the way we know it, and that meant changing the rules of it entirely. 363 more words

Conference and round table on fact-checking in journalism

In the context of World Press Freedom Day #WPFD2016, Peter Cunliffe-Jones, Executive Director of Africa Check, a project of the AFP Foundation, will give a Skype conference on fact-checking, followed by a round table with representatives of Mauritian media houses. 203 more words

Journalism / Press

More Thoughts on Shipka

I echo some of the thoughts on the previous post on Shipka.  I think it deserves further discussion.

I appreciated today’s discussion on Shipka because I had mixed feelings about her argument, although I still have some concerns: exactly what kind of “changes” is she proposing be made to the composition curriculum? 941 more words

The Smartest Thing in Journalism, Today

by Ian Tingen

A brief note on something cool I saw this morning. Check out my screenshot of today’s New York Times article about how biology plays a big role in weight loss… 245 more words

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