Must-reads of the week

Greenwald and Keller, shark and minnow, headlines and clicks

Culled from CJR’s frequently updated “Must-reads from around the Web,” our staff recommendations for the best pieces of journalism (and other miscellany) on the Internet, here are your can’t-miss must-reads of the past week:

Is Glenn Greenwald the future of news? — A conversation between Greenwald and Bill Keller about how journalism fulfills its mission

Why I bought The Globe — John Henry’s stirring explanation

20th century headlines rewritten to get more clicks — “12 Nip Slips Potentially Visible To Sputnik”

A love story — I met a convicted serial killer, and he made me feel more loved than anyone else in my life

The decline of Wikipedia — The crowdsourced compendium’s best days are behind it

A game of shark and minnow — The NYT’s snowfalls the South China Seas

Slaves of the internet, unite! — Tim Kreider beseeches his younger colleagues not to give it away for free

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