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Washington, DC
Tech and Culture Reporter — NPR
Covers:  culture, politics, state government, technology, innovation
Doesn't Cover: finance, gadget reviews

Wanderlusty reporter @NPRNews, covering tech+culture. Y2K specialist. @TexasTribune & #Mizzou alum. Political junkie. Texan. Eater. ehu@npr.org

Elise Hu's Biography

Elise Hu covers technology for NPR's online and on-air platforms. She joined the public media company in 2011 to lead the digital launch of NPR's StateImpact network. A Texas native, she was previously a founding reporter at The Texas Tribune, a non-profit online news startup devoted to government and politics. While at the Tribune, Elise oversaw television partnerships and multimedia projects; contributed to The New York Times' expanded ...

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National Edward R. Murrow Award

2010 - Best Use of Video
In recognition of what the Association terms "outstanding achievements in electronic journalism."

Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism

2010 - Watchdog Journalism
The Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism recognizes groundbreaking journalists in their quest to help communities understand and address important issues through creativity and the use of digital tools.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

My parents had a Brother brand typewriter when I was in elementary school. I thought it was pretty cool except I am a mess with whiteout.

What's your favorite social network?

Twitter.

Why did you become a journalist?

Because I'm a junkie for new experiences.

Tech Week That Was: Obama Rocks The Net Neutrality Debate

kcur.org — Each week, we take a look back at headlines in the technology and society space, but Monday's net neutrality move by President Obama was the biggest headline by a mile. So we've tweaked the typical roundup to focus on net neutrality, with some additional headlines at the end.

Tech Week That Was: Obama Rocks The Net Neutrality Debate

wvpublic.org — Each week, we take a look back at headlines in the technology and society space, but Monday's net neutrality move by President Obama was the biggest headline by a mile. So we've tweaked the typical roundup to focus on net neutrality, with some additional headlines at the end.

Tech Week That Was: Obama Rocks The Net Neutrality Debate

wabe.org — Each week, we take a look back at headlines in the technology and society space, but Monday's net neutrality move by President Obama was the biggest headline by a mile. So we've tweaked the typical roundup to focus on net neutrality, with some additional headlines at the end.

Tech Week That Was: Obama Rocks The Net Neutrality Debate

npr.org — Each week, we take a look back at headlines in the technology and society space, but Monday's net neutrality move by President Obama was the biggest headline by a mile. So we've tweaked the typical roundup to focus on net neutrality, with some additional headlines at the end.

Tech Week That Was: Obama Rocks The Net Neutrality Debate

kuow.org — Each week, we take a look back at headlines in the technology and society space, but Monday's net neutrality move by President Obama was the biggest headline by a mile. So we've tweaked the typical roundup to focus on net neutrality, with some additional headlines at the end.

Tech Week That Was: Obama Rocks The Net Neutrality Debate

wnyc.org — Each week, we take a look back at headlines in the technology and society space, but Monday's net neutrality move by President Obama was the biggest headline by a mile. So we've tweaked the typical roundup to focus on net neutrality, with some additional headlines at the end.

The Data You're OK Sharing And What You Don't Want Others To See

wabe.org — How do Americans feel about privacy? It depends on what you consider "sensitive" information. A Pew Research Center survey finds that a vast majority of respondents are concerned about government surveillance and the commercial use of personal data, but they are OK with sharing some personal information - just not certain types.

The Data You're OK Sharing And What You Don't Want Others To See

kuow.org — How do Americans feel about privacy? It depends on what you consider "sensitive" information. A Pew Research Center survey finds that a vast majority of respondents are concerned about government surveillance and the commercial use of personal data, but they are OK with sharing some personal information - just not certain types.

The Data You're OK Sharing And What You Don't Want Others To See

wvpublic.org — How do Americans feel about privacy? It depends on what you consider "sensitive" information. A Pew Research Center survey finds that a vast majority of respondents are concerned about government surveillance and the commercial use of personal data, but they are OK with sharing some personal information - just not certain types.

The Data You're OK Sharing And What You Don't Want Others To See

npr.org — How do Americans feel about privacy? It depends on what you consider "sensitive" information. A Pew Research Center survey finds that a vast majority of respondents are concerned about government surveillance and the commercial use of personal data but they are OK with sharing some personal information - just not certain types.
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Nov 21, 2014

Need some help: What is the toughest bind that MacGyver ever got out of? Describe pls or link. cc @Dchinni

Nov 21, 2014

@ElaheIzadi to my surprise, I got four out of five. Who knew I knew so much about pooping? Not me.

Nov 21, 2014

@AliceFordham @NYMag I think you've officially arrived. That magazine is my Bible.

Nov 21, 2014

Here's the piece on how cops in Beirut keep interrogating bearded hipsters, mistaking them for jihadis npr.org/blogs/parallel…



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