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    Facebook’s attempts to fight fake news seem to be working. (Twitter’s? Not so much.)
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    Facebook plans to hold "Hackamonths" for its engineers each month starting this summer

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    Android’s app store will be the same size as Apple’s by this July

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    The NY Public Library’s awesome "What’s on the Menu?" project has rallied thousands of volunteers

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    Facebook’s attempts to fight fake news seem to be working. (Twitter’s? Not so much.)
    Plus: How YouTubers spread far-right beliefs (don’t just blame algorithms), and another cry for less both-sides journalism.
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    We analyzed the data of groups as large as 40,000 members and as small as 300, from international organizations to local publishers. How does yours fit in?
    Here’s what the Financial Times is doing to get bossy man voice out of (okay, less prominent in) its opinion section
    “She wrote a fabulous piece that did incredibly well and I think there’s no way on earth that (a) she would have submitted or (b) it would have run, before we started this stuff. It got more than double the usual number of pageviews for an opinion piece.”