Seattle stayed in its holding pattern.
The Berkman Center introduced the News Cloud tool. Media critics, professional and amateur alike: your move.
Nate Silver charted the decline in the American public’s faith in “the press” from 1976 until now. “Precipitous” is a fair word.
WordPress blogs got citizen-editing capabilities.
Newspaper-less towns seemed ever more feasible. And maybe the papers won’t be missed. But how do you create trust when news goes digital?
South by Southwest: Twittering up a storm.
Oh, and: Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter.
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Megan Garber is an assistant editor at the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University. She was formerly a CJR staff writer.