Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Gerald M. Boyd Lecture Series: Politics and Press Responsibility with Denver Post Editor Gregory Moore | RJI

In class on Thursday, we will have a guest speaker: Greg Moore, the Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of The Denver Post. Greg is in town to give the Gerald M. Boyd lecture on Politics and Press Responsibility. That’s on Friday. What … Continue reading

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From the New York Times: A tale of two Twitters

Nick Bilton with the Times has some very interesting things to say here about how Twitter did not actually contribute to producing an accurate picture of events in Ferguson. What I “saw” were thousands of one-sided accounts, many of which … Continue reading

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Why taking notes by hand is smart

I swear, I didn’t have anything to do with this… but I am happy to have more science on my side of the argument.

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There’s a Method to the madness

Welcome to the fall 2014 reporting class, and welcome to the Missourian + Vox. You are about to embark on a very unusual educational experience, one that began in 1908 when Walter Williams, the founder of the J-School and quite … Continue reading

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