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Tweetstorms, Journalism, and Noter Live: A Modest Proposal
Tweetstorms, Journalism, and Noter Live: A Modest Proposal
Tweetstorms and Journalism Tweetstorms have been getting a horrific reputation lately. But used properly, they can sometimes have an excellent and beneficial effect. In fact, recently I’ve seen some journalists using it for both marketing and on the spot analysis in their areas of expertise. Even today Aram Zucker-Scharff,...
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How Life Turns Asymmetric | Quanta Magazine
How Life Turns Asymmetric | Quanta Magazine
How Life Turns Asymmetric | Quanta Magazine by By Tim Vernimmen (quantamagazine.org)Scientists are uncovering how our bodies — and everything within them — tell right from left. In 2009, after she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, Ann Ramsdell began to search the scientific literature to see if...
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Lighting
Lighting
Lighting Instagram filter used: X-Pro II Photo taken at: Superdry Superdry, Glendale Galleria, 2216 Galleria Way, Glendale, California, United States of America
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Kellyanne Conway finally admits the audit was just an excuse | Vox
Kellyanne Conway finally admits the audit was just an excuse | Vox
Kellyanne Conway finally admits the audit was just an excuse by Matthew Yglesias (vox.com)Unless Congress makes him, we’re never going to see those tax returns Speaking on ABC News’ Sunday morning show This Week, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway finally admitted what had been plainly obvious to anyone paying...
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Data mining the New York Philharmonic performance history
Data mining the New York Philharmonic performance history
Data mining the New York Philharmonic performance history by Kris Shaffer (Kris Shaffer)How does war affect the music an orchestra plays?The New York Philharmonic has a public dataset containing metadata for their entire performance history. I recently discovered this, and of course downloaded it and started to geek out...
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