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eveson wrong about internet journalism being an 'ethical vacuum'

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A former colleague, Emily Bell, was quick to pick up on two of the most contentious passages in the Leveson report:"The internet does not claim to operate by any particular ethical standards, still less high ones. Some have called it a 'wild west' but I would prefer to use the...
eveson wrong about internet journalism being an 'ethical vacuum'

2010: The year of the global insurrection? / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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2010: The year of the global insurrection? / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

Is any work better than no work? Not for unemployment benefits. / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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Is any work better than no work? Not for unemployment benefits. / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

Having to Pay for It

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A long, long time ago, when the online world was new and small and driven by idealistic developers, someone came up with the idea that giving online content away for free was a good thing. The idea, at first, was to get popular with freeware, then after people appreciated the...
Having to Pay for It

The Real Reason Janet Napolitano Doesn't Like Email -- Accountability

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We've already detailed the cognitive dissonance created by DHS head Janet Napolitano's statements on email usage. Last September, she blithely pointed out that she doesn't use email "at all," and in fact, "avoids many online services." She went on to say that some would call her a "Luddite" and...
The Real Reason Janet Napolitano Doesn't Like Email -- Accountability

Obama's gambit to marry US policies on environment and energy / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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Obama's gambit to marry US policies on environment and energy / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

Has blogging peaked? / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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Has blogging peaked? / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

The UK's Supreme Court Is Now Accepting Official Requests Through Twitter

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This story originally appeared at The Christian Science Monitor When people think of Twitter, they usually think of clipped comments about pop culture or the minutia of daily life, not formal legal documents and procedures. But that may be about to change in the United Kingdom, where the highest...
The UK's Supreme Court Is Now Accepting Official Requests Through Twitter

NASA may get $100 million to drag an asteroid into orbit around the Moon for research purposes

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Good news: It appears that NASA may get the first chunk of money needed to kick off a project to snag an asteroid, put it in orbit around the Moon, and study it. Yes, this is precisely and exactly as cool as it sounds. According to the Christian Science Monitor,...
NASA may get $100 million to drag an asteroid into orbit around the Moon for research purposes
Software: Poll of Twitter Bots Finds Obama in the Lead

World Water Day: Dirty water kills more people than violence, says UN - Christian Science Monitor

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World Water Day: Dirty water kills more people than violence, says UN - Christian Science Monitor

Memo To News Sites: There Is No Future In 'Digital Razzle Dazzle'

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John Yemma is Editor of The Christian Science Monitor. Let’s agree that Rupert Murdoch is right: Content is king. You’ll get nothing but applause from a journalist of four decades like me. Saying it and believing it, however, doesn’t solve the problem of content racing to zero value on...
Memo To News Sites: There Is No Future In 'Digital Razzle Dazzle'

Iraq war: a baffling defense of Bush policy from a former Pentagon insider / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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Iraq war: a baffling defense of Bush policy from a former Pentagon insider / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

Worse than the US budget: the shadow financial industrial governmental complex / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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Worse than the US budget: the shadow financial industrial governmental complex / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com
Tesla's Supercharger Announcement Could Be Its Most Important One Yet

Paywall site Ongo, backed by NYT and Wapo, folds

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Paywall solutions are having a bad month. Google folded One Pass at the end of April. Now paywall and news aggregation site Ongo, which launched in January 2011 with $12 million in funding from the New York Times, Washington Post and Gannett, is closing, Nieman Journalism Lab reports. Ongo, which...
Paywall site Ongo, backed by NYT and Wapo, folds

'Vulcan' Voted Most Popular Name for Pluto's Moons After a Twitter Campaign By Captain Kirk

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But seriously that episode where Kirk and Spock fight on Vulcan is pretty good. (Photo: ussawesome.tumblr.com) A couple of weeks ago, the SETI Institute asked the Internet to help name two tiny moons of Pluto. Well, the voting has now closed, and while no one hijacked the polls in favor...
'Vulcan' Voted Most Popular Name for Pluto's Moons After a Twitter Campaign By Captain Kirk

The hidden link between health care reform and immigration / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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The hidden link between health care reform and immigration / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

NYPD Sergeant Says 'Guilty Until Proven Innocent' Is Just The Price We Pay For A 'Free Society'

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We've been dealing with the New York police department lately, thanks to the mayor and the police chief using the recent Boston bombing as an excuse to increase surveillance efforts and enact other policies to further encroach on New Yorkers' civil liberties. Whenever something terrorist-related occurs, it seems as...
NYPD Sergeant Says 'Guilty Until Proven Innocent' Is Just The Price We Pay For A 'Free Society'

GDELT: a big data history of life, the universe and everything

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The Global Data on Events, Location and Tone promises to be the ultimate big database - and an amazing tool for data journalists. But what is it?• Download the data• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianEverybody is searching for bigger and bigger data: how about this? A...
GDELT: a big data history of life, the universe and everything
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