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We talk about BuzzFeed a lot and what makes them great is theit use of imagery. Thanks to one Tumblr though, you can read your favorite BuzzFeed listicles Without The GIFs. Janelle Nanos from Boston Magazine said, “This makes everything make sense.” Duncan Robinson at the Financial Times thinks it’s “Kinda poetic.”

In more BuzzFeed news, Andrea Chang writes that everyone’s favorite website is going viral just like some of its videos. Mark Berman from the Washington Post said, “On Buzzfeed's L.A. office, which is ‘largely devoted to conceiving and producing viral videos.’” Alex Weprin at Mediabistro wrote, “In which @AndrewGauthier makes the lede of an LA Times article.” Andrew Gauthier at BuzzFeed chimed in to say, “Well, looks like I'm getting drunk with a baby this weekend…”

Over at Digiday, Raju Narisetti wonders Can Data Save Journalism? Katharine Zaleski from NowThis News wrote, “Fmr boss @raju on why it's time to treat PVs like actual readers and to get away from ‘impact’ snobbery (my word).” Taylor Lorenz at the Daily Mail tweeted: “Oh hey I spy @raju in @Digiday! - To Save Journalism, News Needs to Buy Into Data.” Tamika Cody with Accounting Today suggested: “Time to put on your thinking data hats journos.” Madhulika Sikka at NPR said, “Data is good - ignore it at your peril, newsroom people - a smart read from @raju.” Lou Dubois at NBC News added, “Behind every pair of so-called ‘eyeballs,’there is a reader who now has tremendous choice.”

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