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This Week in Review: Journalism and the surveillance state, and ESPN’s conflict of interest

[This review was originally posted at the Nieman Journalism Lab on Aug. 30, 2013.] Work on the Snowden documents spreads: A couple of smaller new stories trickled out this week regarding U.S. NSA surveillance, led by the revelation that the NSA … Continue reading


05. September 2013 by Mark
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A football data mapping experiment

My most frequently postponed goal of the past several years, by far, has been my effort to learn various programming and data visualization skills. It’s essential for anyone who wants to have a hand in the future of journalism to … Continue reading


16. March 2011 by Mark
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