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    If you’re poor in the UK you get less, worse news — especially online, new research suggests
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    June 25, 2015, 1:58 p.m.
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    LINK:   |   Posted by: Justin Ellis   |   June 25, 2015

    The second iteration of , the conference spun out of the , is underway today in my hometown of Minneapolis. As far as journalism-related conferences go, SRCCON falls more on the technology and development end of the spectrum. Some of the sessions include:

    The organizers keep it fairly small, so chances are if you were interested you may have missed a shot at grabbing a ticket.

    For those looking to follow along from the comfort of home, there’s always the option of camping out on the .

    But there are some other interesting ways to follow this year’s proceedings: SRCCON has a on hand for sessions to provide of sessions in real time.

    You can also check in on the public , where information about the conference is regularly updated (like details on the all important coffee share.).

    of Livefyre put together an updating from attendees.

    Also, for the second year in a row are running a email newsletter.

    Sadly, none of this can replace all the IRL benefits of being at SRCCON, like proximity to , or having your first religious experience with a .

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