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    March 31, 2011, 6 p.m.

    Links on Twitter: Crowdsourced science, 1 million syllabi, #thomyorkeaspaperboy

    5,000 fish! Smithsonian scientists use Facebook to crowdsource their research (via @)

    RT @: RT @ NYTimes employees gathering to welcome home 4 reporters taken hostage in Libya last week.

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    [email protected]: "The first thing we have to do is remind ourselves what the core purpose of journalism is"

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    The best thing we’ve seen today, summed up in five words: "Thom Yorke as a Paperboy"

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    Are news publishers directly liable for embedding tweets that contain images not created by that tweeter?
    A New York federal judge ruled that when publishers from The Boston Globe to Vox Media to Breitbart “caused the embedded tweets to appear on their websites, their actions violated plaintiff’s exclusive display right.”
    What strategies work best for increasing trust in local newsrooms? Trusting News has some ideas
    “It’s not so much about gaming Facebook’s algorithm or working with the Facebook changes as much as it is taking advantage of Facebook as a truly social platform.”
    Should we consider fake news another form of (not particularly effective) political persuasion — or something more dangerous?
    Plus: The lines between “fake news” and psyops, the Russians shared real news too, and “reality apathy.”
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