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Metrics at The New York Times

2018-05-25T04:57:42+00:00 May 24th, 2018|Categories: Media, Uncategorized|

Several of the masthead editors like to say that The Times strives to be data informed rather than data driven, which I think is an important distinction. We don’t let pageviews dictate our coverage or approach, but we do use data to understand reader engagement and the reach of our stories. Our reporters’ and editors’

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Freudian Noir

2018-05-21T07:46:07+00:00 May 16th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Media, Uncategorized|Tags: , |

Freudian Noir | by Geoffrey O’Brien | The New York Review of Books What holds it all together is a sense of form, fittingly enough since form is his overriding preoccupation—narrative form above all. Irresistibly drawn to the comparison of examples taken from as wide a field as possible, Bordwell collects specimens of filmmaking and

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Black Panther is now available on Blu-ray, and it’s even better than you remember

2018-05-16T08:57:26+00:00 May 15th, 2018|Categories: Book, Media, Uncategorized|

The post Black Panther is now available on Blu-ray, and it’s even better than you remember appeared first on TechnoBuffalo . Source: Black Panther is now available on Blu-ray, and it’s even better than you remember

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What of the lowly page number

2018-05-16T08:32:42+00:00 April 25th, 2018|Categories: Culture, Media, Uncategorized|Tags: |

The functional role of the page number is simple: it provides order and sequence to a text. And while it is a supremely utilitarian design element, more thought is put into it than you might imagine. Should it go at the top or the bottom of the page? In the right or left margin? Or

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Robert Coover

2018-04-23T04:35:36+00:00 April 23rd, 2018|Categories: Culture, Media|

Interesting to think of moving pictures as something so static as a “terrain,” but in the sense of being something fixed and finished—“in the can,” as they say in the trade—that’s what they are. They invite exploration, just as terrain does. I’ve played with all the art forms, but the novel was the dominant narrative

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Kevin Kelly, “Scan This Book,”

2018-04-01T12:09:07+00:00 March 31st, 2018|Categories: Culture, Elaboration, Media, Uncategorized|

“Science is on a long-term campaign to bring all knowledge in the world into one vast, interconnected, footnoted, peer-reviewed web of facts. Independent facts, even those that make sense in their own world, are of little value to science. (The pseudo-and para-sciences are nothing less, in fact, than small pools of knowledge that are not

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The Psychology Of Fake News

2018-03-29T04:27:56+00:00 March 28th, 2018|Categories: Media, News, Uncategorized|Tags: , |

In a paper published in March in the journal Science, David Lazer, Matthew Baum and 14 co-authors consider what we do and don't know about the science of fake news. They define fake news as "fabricated information that mimics news media content in form but not in organizational process or intent," and they go on to discuss problems

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Signifiers Curate

2018-04-20T08:50:28+00:00 March 23rd, 2018|Categories: Media, Uncategorized|

But “curate” is a little different. It is not a word imposed, but one adopted eagerly, even anxiously, by those who use it, because it bestows the prestige of cultivation, learning, and esprit de finesse upon activities that might otherwise seem plain and unexceptional, even vulgar. — Read on www.iasc-culture.org/THR/THR_article_2018_Spring_McClay.php

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