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Nieman Journalism Lab
Pushing to the future of journalism — A project of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard

@niemanlab tweet archives

6
May
A social game in Georgia tries to bring residents together across traditional boundaries http://t.co/e8AnpHEc 
 
Announcing the 75th class of Nieman Fellows http://t.co/ymxZLv6N 
 
When a stream is just a trickle: Last Great Thing is one item a day, no archives http://t.co/7KcjjEv5 
 
On World Press Freedom Day, the spread of mobile and publishing technology shifts the playing field http://t.co/St5HoQy9 
 
The newsonomics of Pricing 101 http://t.co/nkxfO9B3 
 
Yesterday The Boston Globe ended all your tomorrows http://t.co/IG4I3qXw 
 
A Twin Cities turnaround? The Star Tribune carves a path back through growing audience http://t.co/pqviOe6U 
 
You might not be a journalist, but you play one on Twitter http://t.co/kU7xVj8K 
 
How 15 news orgs worked together to tell a single education story http://t.co/ezhIgL61 
 
4
May
Week in Review: Is it 1999 all over again? And why those circulation numbers may be a little funky http://t.co/dvWTePYC 
 
Meet the new class of Nieman Fellows and the first Nieman/Berkman Journalism Innovation fellows http://t.co/ymxZLv6N 
 
Are small newspaper publishers clinging to the false hope that readers see them as important? http://t.co/Ldixo2fF 
 
Twitter is officially the new water cooler…says Twitter http://t.co/B5vEdF0E 
 
NYT reporter @Jennydeluxe starts her daily media diet with tech news on her iPhone and some Beyonce http://t.co/UxMMEnBr 
 
“I’m less concerned about Rupert Murdoch than the Taco Bell Health Channel” http://t.co/qccFKKDB 
 
Al Jazeera is relaunching its citizen journalism platform that can determine reliable content http://t.co/EMlVvVgU 
 
News team, assemble! The St. Paul Pioneer Press is getting a “mobile engagement unit” http://t.co/UkUcvVvf 
 
How the NYT Mag got readers to help identify people in a photo from 52 years ago http://t.co/A9iW2UwI 
 
This week in review: An “unfit” Murdoch, those new circulation numbers and a new tech bubble is nigh http://t.co/dvWTePYC 
 
Use Google News? Here’s why you may notice more G+ comments next to stories http://t.co/iSfxWrGQ 
 
 
 
The new class of Nieman Fellows has been announced, and they look terrific http://t.co/ymxZLv6N 
 
The Math of Facebook: Active users, engagement, ages, compensation and other stats in the S-1 filing http://t.co/meH5YWHM 
 
Good morning! Why Arianna Huffington’s role at AOL is shrinking back to the HuffPost http://t.co/ACq2VuQI 
 
3
May
When a stream is just a trickle: Last Great Thing is one item a day, no archives http://t.co/7KcjjEv5 
 
On World Press Freedom Day, the spread of mobile and publishing technology shifts the playing field http://t.co/St5HoQy9 #WPFD 
 
Are you a Hulu subscriber? Time Warner CEO thinks you should pay for cable: http://t.co/sVdol1Xu 
 
The newsonomics of Pricing 101 http://t.co/nkxfO9B3 
 
“What e-books cost to manufacture or distribute is irrelevant to everyone but the publishers themselves” http://t.co/JhWCMBkL 
 
In Cambridge tonight at 5? @EthanZ and @steiny discuss how to improve government through crowdsourcing at MIT http://t.co/4TiACiCZ 
 
How spam is ruining hash tags… or hash tags are ruining spam http://t.co/o3tuXA68 
 
From fanaticism to activism: @andrewslack helps communities of followers organize for social change http://t.co/oJTx4ora 
 
Social Media is on its way to becoming the No. 1 source of digital media planning and buying http://t.co/uqMeJ6ia 
 
Last Great Thing is an experiment to study our anxiety about information overload http://t.co/7KcjjEv5 
 
On World Press Freedom Day, how technology is expanding the definition of “journalist” http://t.co/St5HoQy9 #WPFD 
 
Billionaire Eli Broad wants to buy @latimes, but not yet http://t.co/ppFukCbf 
 
It’s World Press Freedom Day. Here’s a map that shows what’s the situation on each country http://t.co/teABytGS #WPFD 
 
Nine things we’ve learned from experiments in charging for news http://t.co/nkxfO9B3 
 
.@NBCPolitics just launched a 2012 election app for iPad http://t.co/FGXRM1XT 
 
How should journalists behave on Twitter? @stevebuttry has some answers: http://t.co/xUxKqlow 
 
Good Morning! @Guardian is hosting today #activatenyc, a summit about social innovation. Watch the live stream here: http://t.co/7TIB0N60 
 
2
May
The @knightfdn worked with a game developer to create a new local currency and engage communities http://t.co/e8AnpHEc 
 
The @BostonGlobe outlaws yesterday/today/tomorrow from copy to adapt to the pace of online news http://t.co/IG4I3qXw 
 
Later this week @TPM will switch to Facebook comments http://t.co/21pgQqZI via @dangillmor 
 
Many thanks to @HarvardMagazine for covering the Lab! http://t.co/rFMADRvG 
 
PSA for young journalists: Above the Fray, a joint fellowship with NPR, is accepting applications http://t.co/gL5BTy4F 
 
A game called Macon Money can teach newsrooms a lot about local, social engagement http://t.co/e8AnpHEc 
 
The Boston Globe killed yesterday yesterday. http://t.co/ZMCwXDtn 
 
“Journalists are addicted to secrets.” Video with @cshirky on data journalism http://t.co/TFpiVIdW via @lisawilliams