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New Media

  • Breaking news! Experts say there’s a lot wrong with new media journalism. According to the Daily Beast’s Michael Moynihan, the real crime being committed…
  • Jonathan Harris is working to make the internet, or at least his corner of it, a more human experience by giving regular people the tools to become…
  • Automotive safety is generally focused on the driver and the vehicle, rather than unknown dangers of the road … features like anti-lock brakes, airbags,…
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    Conversation Is STILL King
    Whether heralded as awesome, a distraction, or temporary attention-grabber, social media may not be the be-all, end-all of communication today. People…
  • TV is big right now. Premium channel series like Mad Men, Girls, and Game of Thrones are the stuff of water cooler and Twitter conversations, leaving…
  • A special broadcast of NPR's Talk of the Nation: Science Friday host Ira Flatow, recorded in front of a live audience at the University of New Hampshire…
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    Here's What's Awesome...
    Here's What's Awesome...Defending "awesome." Seriously..."awesome" is, well, awesome.Facebook: a new place for organ donors to connect to those who need…
  • We’ve heard the story over and over again in these hyperconnected digital times…boy meets girl, they fall in love, become blissfully partnered until one…
  • Austin’s South by Southwest festival has turned over from movies and technology to music before drawing to a close this weekend. The annual event is a…
  • NHPR's All Things Considered host and Word of Mouth Internet Sherpa Brady Carlson joins us for his latest round up of what's viral on the web.Brady's…

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