A new animated video, featuring the words of the dead theoretical physicist, goes viral.
Researchers parse 1.5 billion tweets from 71 million users to explore how we’re connected.
Yoav Gross, Video Department Director of the Israeli citizen journalism organization B’Tselem, explains how they go where the mainstream media doesn’t.
Reviewing some of the best articles written about errors, misinformation, verification and accuracy in the wake of the Boston bombing media coverage.
A global hunt is on for a lost book from the 1850s that the OED references some 49 times.
Photographer Taslima Akhter reflects on the what has become one of the most haunting and iconic photos of the Bangladesh factory collapse.
The People’s Science is a new site where scientists and the public can meet, share, and talk about science… in ordinary language.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s legal guide for bloggers topics issues ranging from legal liability issues to reporter’s privilege and issues specific to student bloggers.
What happens to information as it moves across news platforms, from tweet, to print, to broadcast and back again? It gets distorted, of course.
UNICEF Sweden’s stunning new ad campaign reminds people that while social media Likes are nice, what they really need is money to fund their vaccination campaigns.
What to expect now that CISPA’s passed the House and is entering the Senate.
Reflections not just on what are traditionally thought of as press freedoms, but also on ordinary citizen’s ability to share and access information via our digital networks.
Lessons learned about the undiscussed hazards of covering marijuana in this fun animation by Michael Montgomery and the Center for Investigative Reporting.
Why the New York Times and Wall Street Journal are using more push notifications on their mobile and tablet apps than they did in the past.
How can we construct healthy, anxiety-free, informative, enjoyable news diets that help us live better lives and understand the world better?