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Links 1 through 10 of 1319 Alison Gow's Bookmarks

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"People demanded fairness from their local paper because it may have been their only local paper; people were sensitive to bias in network news because it was one of a few options providing a relatively scarce type of information. Their audiences afforded them powers: to talk to the powerful, to dedi

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I love this idea of an Instagram takeover. Want to try this out so much. "our #VQRTrueStory project, a social-media experiment in nonfiction that delivers stories across platforms. Each week, a contributor takes over our Instagram feed, @vqreview, to post original dispatches that tell the stories beh

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This is mine: "24. Colleagues who reply all to emails." BURN. Seriously, Sophie Gadd has written a hymn to office workers here - I cannot recommend it enough,

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Really compelling reasons for making evergreen content a staple part of newsroom output.

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Just a brilliant read - highly recommended, and thought-provoking. FWIW, I could never do this - I like following people - but I started using lists far more aggressively several months ago, and it's made an enormous difference to the content I see every day. Also my Tweetdeck columns are essential.

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ICYMI, Trinity Mirror Regionals is about to introduce a new structure/culture for its newsrooms, including audience goals. This has generated a lot of heat from various people (not least a collection of Welsh Assembly AMs and Welsh MPs who know several of us at TMR well enough to ask for further clar

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This is fascinating and I'd love to see it happen. "A Google research team is adapting that model to measure the trustworthiness of a page, rather than its reputation across the web. Instead of counting incoming links, the system - which is not yet live - counts the number of incorrect facts within a

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