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I am sitting literally 4 feet from Julian Assange right now. … How can this be Tumbld? … He is wearing a dark suit with a knit scarf casually flung about his shoulders. He has a decent haircut. He is casually chatting at a table, swirling a glass of wine.

Monica, in a message to me about an hour ago, from an undisclosed location in London. (Our first reportorial instinct these days is: How can we Tumbl it?) The latest on Assange is here. (via washingtonpoststyle)

I love that my favorite news Tumblrs love Tumblr as much as the audience does.

inothernews:

First rule of journalism: you don’t talk about fight clubs.

inothernews:

First rule of journalism: you don’t talk about fight clubs.

Actually, I did the easiest thing, which was writing. At the end of the day, it was about the power of the people.
Google Executive Wael Ghonim, in his first international interview, admitting he was behind the Facebook page that sparked Egypt’s revolt. (via cheatsheet)

(via newsweek)

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reblogged via usnews:

More Americans Get Their News From the Internet: The gap between television as the number one source and the Internet is shrinking
The percentage of Americans who say they get most of their national and international news from the Web has increased 17 points since 2007, and the gap between TV viewers and mouse clickers is even more narrow for people ages 18-49. Women in this age bracket prefer TV news to the Internet 62 to 52, while men 18-49 actually prefer surfing the Web for updates over TV news, 56 to 55 percent.
(Chart via Pew Research)

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reblogged via usnews:

More Americans Get Their News From the Internet: The gap between television as the number one source and the Internet is shrinking

The percentage of Americans who say they get most of their national and international news from the Web has increased 17 points since 2007, and the gap between TV viewers and mouse clickers is even more narrow for people ages 18-49. Women in this age bracket prefer TV news to the Internet 62 to 52, while men 18-49 actually prefer surfing the Web for updates over TV news, 56 to 55 percent.

(Chart via Pew Research)

(via latimesmobile)

rand0mflora:

I do not think that word means what you think it means.
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Hahaha! Where was the copy editor on that one? 

rand0mflora:

I do not think that word means what you think it means.

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Hahaha! Where was the copy editor on that one? 

(via braiker)

When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”
Fred (Mr.) Rogers (via apsies)

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