Director of Digital and Senior Editor, Frontline, PBS
Soon-to-be builder of new digital things at @TheAtlantic. Currently builder of new digital things at @FRONTLINEpbs. @Yahoo & @TPM alum. RTs are RTs.
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paleofuture.gizmodo.com — Uncle Sam might soon be spying on you with a vast, computerized network. At least that was the eerie prophecy of The Atlantic in 1967. In an article by Arthur Miller (a law professor at the University of Michigan, not the playwright) readers were introduced to the rise of centralized data collection, and how a futuristic data center might be exploited in the future.
niemanlab.org — ProPublica has become a significant enough part of the journalism firmament that it's hard to think of it as a startup. But five years ago today, when the investigative journalism site first began publishing, there were a lot of question marks surrounding the venture.
nytimes.com — IN the early 1970s, a team of researchers dropped hundreds of stamped, addressed letters near college dorms along the East Coast and recorded how many lost letters found their way to a mailbox. The researchers counted each posted letter as a small act of charity and discovered that students in some of the dorms were more generous than others.
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